All prices of this online shop are inclusive of the statutory value added tax to be paid by EU citizens in the country of purchase. Since January 1, 2007 German VAT has accounted for 19% and 7% for books. This tax is levied on all shipments within Germany and the EU countries.
No additional taxes or duties are payable on all consignments sent to private individuals within the European Union. The article prices and delivery costs contain the respective valid VAT and are therefore indicated as gross price.
For commercial customers from the EU (except Germany) the calculation of the German VAT will be omitted after prior contact and deposit of a valid European VAT identification number.
The following ID names are common in the respective countries
To be able to do this, you need to enter the Company name and the VAT identification number , when processing the order!
The following ID-definitions are common in the respective countries:
AT (Austria): UID
BE (Belgium): N° TVA / BTW-Nr./ MwSt.-Nr.
BG (Bulgaria): DDS
CY (Cyprus): FPA
CZ (Czech Republic): DIC
DK (Denmark): SE-Nr.
EE (Estonia): KMKR nr
ES (Spain): Número IVA
FI (Finland): ALV-NRO
GB (Great Britain): VAT Reg.No.
IE (Ireland): VAT-No
IT (Italy): P. IVA/ Part.IVA
LT (Lithuania): PVM MK
LU (Luxembourg): IBLC Nr.
NL (Netherlands): BTW-number
PL (Poland): NIP
PT (Portugal): NIPC
RO (Rumania) : CUI
SE (Sweden): MomsNr.
SI (Slovenia): ID st. za DDV
SK (Slovakia): IC DPH
Countries outside the EU
Georg Rieger GmbH does not charge VAT for all shipments which are sent outside the European Union.
After entering non-European country in the shopping chart at georgrieger.com, all prices without VAT will display automatically. Please note, that your country (destination country) may be subject to import duties, customs duties and charges.
In the case of deliveries to countries outside the European Union, additional costs may be incurred in individual cases, which we are not responsible for and which are to be borne by the customer. These include, for example, costs for money transfer by credit institutions (such as transfer fees, exchange rates etc.) as well as import duty or taxes (e.g. duty fees).
Further information can be found, for example, specifically for Switzerland under Federal Customs Administration (Eidgenössische Zollverwaltung (EZV) general customs regulations for the export and import of goods and under import taxes for the rest of the countries outside the EU.