Extra 10% For International Sales – No GST For eBay and Online Sales


If you are selling online whether it be eBay, Amazon , your own website or all 3 market places, a percentage of your sales should be international and these are GST free.

Please leave me a comment below and let me know what you think.

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Bio: Husband Father Full time online seller since 1998 Author Best Seller “Million Dollar ebay Business From Home” Multi Million Dollar seller Amazon invited guest speaker eBay invited guest speaker Alibaba invited guest speaker 1st eBay multi million dollar seller for Australia Post Eparcel 1st multi million dollar seller for Channel Advisor Australia Founder, speaker 4 largest eBay & Amazon Meetup Groups in Australia with over 6,000 members Creator of DropShip Formula™ Professional eBay Sellers Alliance invited guest speaker Retail Global invited guest speaker Channel 9 Invited Guest Speaker Radio Control jet fanatic!
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4 Responses to Extra 10% For International Sales – No GST For eBay and Online Sales

  1. Nina says:

    Thanks for the info…. didn’t know that.
    I’m about to start my online business so that was great!
    Cheers Nina

  2. Babu says:

    Title of video is confusing and not much information given in the video. should write a blogpost how it can be done.

  3. John says:

    Simples – If you are registered for GST, and are therefore ‘collecting’ GST on your sales, then for any item sold overseas ie an Export, is GST free and you can claim back the full amount of GST that you paid your supplier in purchasing that item.
    Our Bsn is not export focused, but there have been Qtrs where $2K + has gone Offshore. Its a nice little bonus at GST time as it reduces the amount we need to pay out overall in our BAS 🙂
    If you are not registered for GST and don’t do a BAS, then OS sales have no GST benefit.
    NOTE – I am not an accountant and offer this info as ‘general information’ from our own experience.

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