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"kevin sanderson" Discussed on Amazing FBA

Amazing FBA

03:20 min | 1 year ago

"kevin sanderson" Discussed on Amazing FBA

"DOT COM for slash facebook. You want to touch briefly on expanding mourn Saas because you were saying that you can. Europe is really being saving your Bacon recently Southeast Asia. Exactly no I think the thing. That's nice about Canada is that it's simple. It's very similar to how things work in the US. Was you start getting into Europe? Now you guys start worrying about VAT that is included in the selling price as opposed to Canada sales tax. The they call it is is added on top of the selling price just like sales tax added on here. So it's one of those crazy things that it's I think it's worth people's while to start in candidate and then go to Europe later but when you're ready for Europe it's kind of a similar process you've got to register with the government so generally speaking most people register with the the UK government Hmo. Is You're familiar with and what you're going to do is register for that number and e O r I number which are very similar programs to what you're registering for in Canada is basically to get stuff across the border and then the sales tax which you're going to include in your selling price and so you ship stuff over there you do need someone in the country to act as your. What's the word I'm looking for here? You need someone to act as well. You would still be the importer of record but you have to have a VAT agent. That's the word I used to be. You could just register. Diy Yourself but there's there's a lot of changes happening so I don't WanNa get too deep in the weeds on happening. Not Probably not as much as I do. 'cause I K is made any kind of real decisions yet I mean we the UK government said. We're GONNA cut ourselves off from the biggest market so we export and import from and then cove nineteen. So that's basically the state right right right but you know as far as I know now that the things of roughly similar to how they were before and then in two thousand twenty one if your input CD. Uk. You might be expo zero that you might want to look again because it may have changed but as of now yeah and the it. By the way I just want to mention because it scares a lot of Americans I mean these things you know I find sales tax just crazy scary complex but neither of US should be getting involved in taxes as a DIY option. I mean I think he just needed a competent accountant as CPA or in the US. What are your thoughts about? How have you personally dealt with the VIP thing? Because I know it scares a lot of Americans expanding yes so what I would suggest for a lot of Americans again. This is a not Kevin's tax advice. This is Kevin suggested question. You ask your tax advisor well put. Yeah so what I WOULD. Suggest is because you're going to have to work with someone to do the taxes. You're Vada agent so could be like a company like a Vasquez who I use. I WANNA say it's like a hundred pounds to get them registered. Maybe a couple hundred pounds a quarter to for them to do it. So it's it's reasonable but what I would suggest is that you.

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"kevin sanderson" Discussed on Amazing FBA

Amazing FBA

01:52 min | 1 year ago

"kevin sanderson" Discussed on Amazing FBA

"A lot better than having no social proof. So yeah you once you've done dot com really is a great of launch pad for launching in other places. I absolutely agree with that. So let's corrupt back up here because I think we ought to keep bite-sized while it's like sure. Elsie meal-sized this is you know Americans lunch. Yeah Yeah Yeah so But the next one. We're GONNA talk about Louis gets a rare marketplace. I think we've touched on so Europe. I think that the main thing that interests me is I think Canada and Australia particularly Canada. The people don't talk about it very much. We'll Japan as well because these are places that I feel lamb. You know get ignored. So let's look at the Cinderella marketplace's next but for the moment I'm Kevin Thank you so much fuel very very helpful guidance on mostly getting North America over the gap against the UK. But it's it's not as big a deal you think. Everything's everything's pain and the last thing I would say is if you think Latino. USA is comfortable. Just because it's your country then I would say import taxes and trump and I would take sales tax and if you Google those ten minutes you'll know why that means it's way more complicated than various literally wait up way up in in some kind of context anyway. Thanks very much for your accent. Thanks for having me. That's it thank you so much for your attention a really appreciate it it now over to you I eighty twenty. Everything learned the critical few. Maybe there's one thing in this podcast that can make all the difference. Find that thing. Twenty percent of inputs inputs give eighty percent of the outputs which all critical view then take action. Imperfect action leads perfect inaction every single time..

"kevin sanderson" Discussed on Amazing FBA

Amazing FBA

03:27 min | 1 year ago

"kevin sanderson" Discussed on Amazing FBA

"Companies accounts obviously has a south central account in dot com. But why he is just yeah in a way. That is Aria. It's not about the distance is about the what it is about. The distance of the fulfillment is not about the the the problem from the cell perspective of shipping goods around the world which is a barrier in people's minds which is doesn't make sense because it takes time and money and effort to get goods from the east coast of China across the Pacific to La Or whereas on the west coast of the states roughly takes to Europe about the same whereas consumer obviously. I don't want to wait for two weeks and I don't WANNA have to deal with Conversions and you know everything's in inches and pounds and you know in Syria. British people are very schizophrenia. They kind of use metric and imperial measurements as we call it interchangeably but yeah. The whole thing is geared to the day. And you're right. I mean I have to say. There's a lot of people in the mosque round up sal in the US and the UK now most of them are British risk based But it's interesting it's a show that the more profitable businesses generally find the profit comes from the UK even though the turnover conduct very impressive in the US. The revenue is is very big impressive number two bundy round of meetings but actually The prophets always a challenge inch because it's so hyper-competitive so the opposite is true and it might be welcome break from that high needs to Amazon Dot Com. Yeah and I've found from from my own experience in just to the anecdotally talking with others. People do all these you know giveaways and stuff in the US and it seems like they don't honestly even get the same results if they go internationally doing all these giveaways sometimes. It's better off just turning on BBC and going because again. It's not as competitive. You're not as you're fighting with all these people so your point to launch a product is a lot easier and one of the other nice things about going internationally is if you have reviews on products on Amazon dot com to start those will carry over into the international marketplace's. It seems to be kind of mixed as to whether or not it'll show up on the search page. I've noticed in my own experience that sometimes it'll show it sometimes. It won't pretty much always show your Amazon reviews on the listing page of the product. And then once you start getting reviews that home-country those old take precedence. But you're not starting from scratch with zero social proof point point being and the Nice thing is it. I you can correct me on this but I would say people in other countries are used to sing customers on Amazon dot com also said whatever. And that's usually right below the the local reviews. Yeah I guess we all used to say on his trio and it doesn't look the other way round either so you can't launch the UK and get your review shows on Thomason Dot Com but definitely does the other way and invites in some ways. You hope that somebody isn't going to put up for review for a while because it looks like stars average reviews when somebody's got an Amazon dot com. This thing has twelve stars for example twelve reviews and five star average. You first few reviews in the marketplace a good because because then they take over after that so yeah. The discipline season thinks you American movie shining in Germany but then a lot of Germans do speak English and it's a lot better than having no social proof. So yeah you once you've done dot com really is a great of launch pad for launching in other places. I absolutely agree with that..

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"kevin sanderson" Discussed on Amazing FBA

Amazing FBA

04:57 min | 1 year ago

"kevin sanderson" Discussed on Amazing FBA

"So you can look and see get a general sense. Ants not perfect of course being in a general sense for are similar products to yours working. That's one of the things I think is a is really good. Yes and I think that's Not only can you do that. You should do. Fresh REIKI would recession every single market price of one of the things I would say. There's the obvious differences were say. Office Brits but maybe Americans Americans wear pants. Kind of makes bridge snicker. Because that's what you were underneath what you would call so what I would call trousers. And there's quite a few important differences like the word color is spelt with a you in the UK and in writing differences like that but also in different marketplaces people happen to us for words for things even if that happened to the exact same words they may not be as popular in the UK. Assess time like in a bull pen might be very popular in the UK and it might mean exactly the same in the USA but just not be very good so it's time it might be too competitive in the US aspen okay in the UK is not a good example of terrible example. But you get the idea. I in case Black Iphone X.. Something like very specific like that. Say you always have to Z.. Fresh keyword recess for you all the tools ten generally work in all the marketplaces. Except of course Japan famously but yeah that's worthwhile thing to say I would say Yeah for Americans I know who've sold into UK it's not being too traumatic inexperience trying to get your head around Vat before you know what you're doing is is The biggest barrier. I think I agree with that. And I think a lot of it is just in your head because once you get your head around how it works with a good accountant. They'll sort it out for. Oh you so you don't need to worry about it. You just need to look at your profit and loss is the money coming in or it's money going out in the end of the day so it's not hard the the profit is the difference between what you bring a and what you buy out right so the details of that. I think you're wise to hire an accountant. He's a specialist and then just let them worry about it and I don't think complex. Yeah I agree and you said that word earlier that kind of triggered something in my mind. Those complicated you know making things less complicated and some of the two is. I'm sorry it was competitive. That's the word to use but basically the thing I would say is the. US is the most competitive. 'cause you had mentioned engine. Keywords might not be as competitive and one marketplace where it says the other generally speaking everything's more competitive generally speaking in most cases in the US because that's the shiny penny that's where everybody's going after. That's what everyone wants. So what I would say is a lot of people. Don't want to jump through the hoops. I E fill out the form or have to file quarterly or whatever they have to do to sell in international marketplaces like your upper Canada or wherever else else so. They don't even bother with the thing of it is. Let's say your products just with the pricing is for everyone else if you start looking at what what it would cost you to sell in Europe in factor in VAT because that's included in the price your margins might be less but at the end of the day you're not saying margins to the bank. Think you're taking money to the back and again at sixth grade level math to figure it out and icing. Is You're casting a wider net. So you're going to catch catch more fish and the people I future customers that are in Europe or Canada. Wherever they're not in the US they're not going on AMAZON DOT com? There's a lot of people that are very exclusive to their own marketplace. Because this is what maybe a lot of people don't quite understand is if you live in the UK you can theoretically shopping Amazon dot com. But YOU'RE GONNA it's GONNA take a couple of weeks for things to arrive. You'RE GONNA pay more in shipping. You're going to have to convert things two dollars. You know to pay which may be that your credit card company might charge you international fees or whatever the case is or you can go into Amazon doc dot UK by something in the shipping seems to even faster within the UK than it is within the US and the crazy.

"kevin sanderson" Discussed on Amazing FBA

Amazing FBA

15:44 min | 1 year ago

"kevin sanderson" Discussed on Amazing FBA

"You See. It's so funny as whatever you get used to feels sensible normal and non-scary because to me that just sounds enormously complicated like if I picked something off the shelf. I want to know how much it's GonNa cost me as a consumer bag on. Not a business if I ask for example a reminder for for meeting the I'm booking for the most mind I expect t not to have. VAT added business situation. But if I'm buying you know a bf a case of beer for ten dollars. How expensive the environment the money? But let's say I buy a couple of years in a pub in Britain for the equivalent of ten dollars. I expect to suddenly have that made into eleven dollars. Thirty five randomly uh-huh so yeah it just goes to show whatever you used to is what you feel comfortable with an end the end you just the you know from my perspective from the consumer's perspective the UK Vesey Simpler. which is if the is added? Something I just what I pay as a Cosima as as a business unit to be very very clear and by the way his troop easy easy case based supplies for anything tool including potential for example photography or if you're getting returns sent to whereas in the UK or something you should be very well That you need to ask any fees or charges that they quote to Boston move includes Vat. That's my main because it's not a guarantee that they will what they may assume that you'll you'll know that this is going to happen and may assume the other way round is not. There's no absolutely fixed convention within the business world so small small. They're a major hint. I mean Ed. Nobody twenty percent if he's charged quite big increase in the price so be careful without one Americans but yeah. That's interesting that you say that so one other thing I would point anti that notable goods are have VAT added to them. I mean some things are exempt and as it was a big is a big political football. You know example ladies hygiene products which which is widely seen as pretty unfair. I wouldn't leave without broadly but then governments and taxes rarely have much to do with fans have but so. There's another little caveat that I would say for America's listening is don't assume that you put it has tile. VAT added in most cases it will do unfortunately but you should just double check and again you get yourself and accounts in at some point as you say this is very much not an account. It's view on either this debate but I think it's very good time entrepreneurs take on technical subjects like Lauren accounts. It's because we need to get some common sense to get over the hurdle of the mental hurt as he said this opportunity is and then we just employ an expert. If you're worried about it and you know guess there's a ton of British based accounts he will speak perfectly getting this that you can understand exactly be incredibly familiar with it. They might not be familiar with inputting the China. But that's not the unusual either. Say It's not hard to find an accountant. He can deal with that if you're trying to find some guy based in Kentucky he was familiar with. US Sales Tax and British in a VAT systems. Dusk probably asking law. So I guess the other thing I would say is be prepared to have different experts for different parts of a business I mean and what what are you personally do Kennedy of you found that you will you and your clients use different accounted for example for different parts of the world or just stick with one accounted for everything. How do you handle? Ah Side of thing. If let's say you go to the doctor and you know if you need to get surgery you're not going to go to a doctor or who handles feet if you need heart surgery because you want the right doctor for the right situation will people in accounting or kind of like that too so so I use my CPA here locally to do my income taxes so CPA as a certified public accountants basically in the states. Who Does your taxes for you? Use a vast which is a company based in the UK that they do my vat for me because I want someone that understands that then I have another account accountant? Who Does my Canadian returns? Oddly enough he's actually in Texas but he understands the candidate system pretty well so you want to have some specialist list You don't WanNa go to generalists and stuff like that unless they truly have a background in all of that but to your point oftentimes the person who does us last based accounting is knocking understand VAT nor should they nor should you expect them to. They might have a basic understanding of it but not enough to like understand stand Nuances as you pointed out. Yeah exactly that makes a lot of sense and thanks for being cleared and straightforward about. Because I think a lot of people get blocked in life. Because they're trying to get one thing to do multiple jobs whether it's a person or sell system or even a business model I mean in in the end I think one needs to reverse engineer from The names that are process a person or a software tool or platform or even anti-business highs in your life or your business. So yeah if your aim is get your VAT sorted just employ somebody to deal with that and the returns by the way in the UK varies across the European show you've experienced this but yeah in the UK. It's once a quarter so you need somebody conflict and what's the culture in you know. It's not a huge daily or weekly stress. I this is not what you're GONNA be paying somebody the whole time but so what. What do you think of the other barriers are you? You've seen that get in the way of North American selling into Europe I guess started with UK. I think it will two things one it's the VAT and I've got a couple other tips for VAT from an entrepreneur's perspective not for tax person's perspective but also the other one is just the fear of will it work out. So I got tips for both of those so when it comes to the A. T. Sometimes I've heard people have have like fears like. Oh my gosh. It's going to cost me all this money to do it. No one of the things I will say is Amazon. I Love Amazon I think Amazon is great. There's a lot of great people at Amazon and Anytime Amazon contacts. You you pick up the phone and listen to what they have to say. One thing I will all say from my own experience having lived through this is oftentimes Amazon is going to requests that you do all Pan European so what that means uses just to take a step back the simplest way to say if you have. VAT requirements is if you're outside of Europe and you are shipping goods into a European country I e the UK and you're storing it in that country then and you are required to register and file for VAT. Let's say you could theoretically most people don't realize this is even possible what's called the European fulfillment network you could send end in your goods into the UK you will pay at the border to the UK government which you can subtract later on from what you owe them and VAT see and then if somebody buys from your listing on Laissez Amazon dot it. Italy because you had it translated and put up in the Italian version of Amazon Amazon. Could ship your inventory from the U. K.. To the customer in Italy. Now what Amazon wants to do do is they wanna be able to move stuff around to be able to get it to the customer faster because Amazon's all about the customer experience and I understand unworthy coming from with this because in the US mentality is if I ship goods. Let's say from Florida to Charlotte North Carolina which seems to be where they constantly told me to send stuff they'll send some of that to Illinois. They'll some of it to Nebraska or wherever else they have fulfillment centers. They WANNA be able to do the same thing in Europe but the problem is in Europe Europe is going back to. I said before for storing a European country. You're now responsible for VAT in that country. So Amazon will only move stuff around if you let them. And that's what's called the Pan European program now the issue with Atas you have to not just be registered in the UK you have to be registered in seven countries. Even though there's five marketplace's there's seven countries to have filmon centers now includes also Poland and Czech Republic. And what happens is to your point. You'll you'll have to file once a quarter in the UK in France Poland and the Czech Republic. You're doing it basically early every month and what happens is unlike the US where it's based on where the customer lives in Europe. It's all about where the goods were dispatched dispatched from so where where shipped from is what we would say in the US but if it's dispatched from let's say the Czech Republic to someone in Germany for example then you would oh the VAT to the German government and the problem there is is the cost of compliance. Could be like maybe another sixty six hundred hundred euros. That's like another seven thousand dollars plus that you'd be paying and you save a little bit. UNFULFILLMENT FEES DOING Pan European. I don't find his worth at especially for the investment of time and going back through the registrations are now more complicated even if you have someone helping you with it. It's very complex. Because things don't work quite the same aim and non English common law countries so my recommendation is to keep it simple and you can always grow in complexity but star in the UK and then and when you're ready go into Germany but don't send her goods in Germany just let it fulfil from the UK. And you if someone going back to where it dispatches dispatches from his where you owe the VAT generally speaking So then you know somebody in Germany buys your products and ships from Manchester Wherever Raulston in the UK that they have film centers Yudo the UK government and. It's fairly simple that way. And one of the things I also like about the UK UK is the way has been explained to me. It's one of the only countries that has what's called a flat rate scheme and normally in the US when we think of the word scheme we think someone's being indicted on federal charges. meaning that they're going to get arrested and go to jail scheme in what I have found in the UK just means method of accounting so the flat rate scheme basically means just to say look. Let's just walk through a quick math. The normal standard scheme would be. Let's say you're selling a product for twelve pounds so we talked about before generally speaking in the UK. It's twenty percent so the way that's divided you're not taking twelve of times twenty percent you really dividing it. Up between ten pounds is the price and two pounds is the VAT so it's kind of like what we're talking about. The beer being sold sold in a stadium because it's the taxes included and then with that two pounds that you're going to the government you'll subtract out whatever you've paid into the system which generally speaking is going to be what you've painted the border. Maybe she had a prep company helping you with crap and maybe potentially I if you might be paying awesome. Vat on your PC. But what I have found is much simpler is you can register. Under the flat rate scheme as online retailer re only only having to pay seven and a half percent if you register under the right they call. Sicu code boxer withstands basically industry code for an online line retailer meaning instead of the government twenty percent ewing of seven and a half percent. The math is not exactly the same. Basically twelve pounds in our example all of a product times point seven five. And that's what you but you don't have to figure out what you paid in which pay out because sometimes it can get kind of complicated. and and sometimes there's exceptions to the rule of what you can and can't and what forms you're supposed to have technically if you're audited so having worked it out with vasque ask it just made sense for me to go in the flat rates team. So I suggest people do that and sometimes it. Maybe it doesn't totally work out in their favor to be on the flat rate scheme. Sometimes it does but I like the the simplicity of it. So that's one of my suggestions is to go in the flyers game. That's very vigorous anything that creates simplicity..

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"kevin sanderson" Discussed on Amazing FBA

Amazing FBA

12:35 min | 1 year ago

"kevin sanderson" Discussed on Amazing FBA

"They're saying in German. Whatever that translation would be on Amazon Dot D. The E. and they're buying their competitors products? But they would have bought the listeners. Product had they've been having Cavale for sale in that marketplace so. They're losing out on sales that they should be getting just because they haven't added the listing and sentenced him inventory to FBI FBI. And I agree with you that people make it more complex than it needs to be so I'm going to swing the pendulum the opposite direction. And say this if someone has a driver's license or a passport and has passed at least here in the states will we would refer to his sixth grade they have the technical. Technical ability is required to sell internationally. And I'll explain why that is here in a second so the forms to fill out to get you know that registration in the UK. At least because it's an English or in Canada to fill out you know to get what's called a business number to register for their sales tax which is called St. It's no more complicated than the form you fill out to get a try our passport or driver's license and the Nice thing is we're talking about countries that are all based on English common law. So how things kind of work is all pretty much the same. They may call things different. But like the the general flow of how you register for things things and how the government works e Kinda can figure it out pretty quickly especially the fact. It's all in English and the part about the sixth grade. Math is one of the things that trips people up while say two things trip people up one is government stuff which we just talked about the forms really. Aren't all that complicated and then to do. It's the money part and because people get real like. Oh my gosh like it. It's different money at the end of the day. The symbol for British mich- pound or a euro just looks different than a dollar sign but at the end of the day it's just numbers and so my sister. Oddly enough is is a principal at a elementary school. So you know for children kindergarten through sixth grade as we would refer to it in the United States she overseas And she oversees math and all the other subjects and I asked her one time I said. Okay let's say you have a child and we were saying to them one dollar in the US. It is a say seventy five pence in British. Pounds Sir whatever. The math worked out so twenty. US dollars is how many British pounds uh-huh what grade level would be able to figure that out and she goes. Oh that's sixth grade because that's literally just sixth grade level math it's just basic ratios and oftentimes times. We over complicate it. But at the end of the day their strategies you can do to maximize your returns and minimize some of what you you may have to pay in conversions. But at the end of the day you're getting access to new customers the you wouldn't have had access to otherwise had you not gone onto some of these international marketplaces. I mean it totally is worth you know this day and age. We think that you know to your point earlier. There's these walls you know that we've put in our ahead that we can't go out of but it's very simple the days were you know if you had a brick and mortar store and if you wanted to expand to the town next to you you have to get another lease yet to hire. We're staff yet to get all this other inventory whereas you could theoretically take the same orders that you're ordering now from your supplier and just split them up up into different countries and really you're selling three hundred Tory faster and the only thing that's really preventing us oftentimes is just the the soft matter between our ears the right pronouns beginning and In our heads quite often doesn't they okay. So thank you for this to block people for starting forms of money. The forms are aw Nemo complicated than getting a driver's license in the states and the money is kindergarten. Math agreed with that but proved that there are some other blocks so before we get into that. I guess let's Bali Don. I wanted to look in separate episodes. Sort of rare marketplace's at least from the British perspective of Canada and Australia. But let's focus on you're for now because there are some commonalities so I guess the first question is what you're saying is go for the Common Law English speaking countries initially right so I guess. UK and in Canada presumably. If you'll based in the states is is I we evasively start with. I would recommend it just because tax is very similar like sales tax because technically you have two different types of taxes generally now I'm not a tax professional but just from my own meandering experience and helping other people. What I've learned is really two buckets taxes? You have sales tax income tax generally speaking if you have the company that in your home country whether that's the UK or US or Canada or wherever wherever you can take that company register in the other countries that you're GonNa go sell into and then you're gonNA owe income tax based on your sales which your account counting configure out for you. What you owe to your home government? And then the sales tax you owe to whatever government urine so that whether that's sales tax in the US now that the US is the most complicated country when it comes to sales tax you can talk to ten different sales tax experts who are lawyers with you know impressive credentials credentials and they're probably going to give you twelve different answers as to what you should do with your own situation. Let alone in general terms then in Canada. It's just one time of year that you're generally most people file which will go into separate episode and the Nice thing is both countries. US and Canada. You're adding on top of the the selling price or is it gets a little more complex when you're managing into your margins because the A. T. is generally speaking in it's included in the selling price so that trips a lot of people up in the states is the the VAT part but the only thing that seems to be the Bingo biggest single thing that I found freaks American sellers what was very accomplished and confident and successful American sailors. Who I ah maybe it was just a reflection on how badly explained it? But they just didn't get the VAT thing tug went into great detail by detail. That was the problem so that will come about that. That's that in a second but I just want to summarize I want I will not let you on him nice simple summary of you put it very neatly the head that way income taxes basically something you pay your own government wherever you are on sales tax is what pays the government of the country. You're selling it wherever that. So that's a neat distinction and you're so right about sales tax to experts on to talk about sales tax. Both I have good claim to be legitimately put expert and they both seem to come up with extremely opposite views of what you should be doing so absolutely true. Yeah that there is no complete common ground. But if you're American and and you're selling in America you've already got that problem so that could be very easily augie to be very very good reason to go abroad right because you don't have donald trump deciding on on the basis of tweeting paying off months of negotiation just crashing through the process of due process and getting okay well we're GONNA raise input. Gt by twenty percent. So that doesn't happen and we'll see you don't have to deal with. US sales tax array. Because he's just so simple compared to that. VAT is simple Kabazzi. US sales tax. Trust me having looked into both recently in great great depth with as with mckesson with Mazda. Mind you sweating to deal with it and we'll have you. That'll mean yes so does great reasons to not worry if you've got to worry about anything folks if you're American you should be worried about America because you have on Blake situation right now. We import taxes sales taxes. Not even talking about Income Tax Corporation tax. That's a separate issue. So good reasons to go abroad is not going to be more complex. I suspect is going to be simpler. But let's talk about going to the UK then because it's obviously certainly great starting point so that's talk about VAT so as it American you you seem you are American. I'm not insulting and Canadian by calling him American I no no no no no no no service in the states my whole life your new in your deep down in Florida. I see a way way way the Canadian border but nevertheless you're American and you're not fazed by this. Isn't my experience quite unusual. So what's your take on. VAT from the American perspective. What's Oh simple? Non Accountants non UK. Take on it. Why is it not so scary? And you've got to that. How Position Great? Yeah and I'll all all try to make it as simple as possible and again you know. Take everything I'm saying really more the beginning of research and not as this is all the exact way to do it. I understand it but the simplest way to think of it as an Americans can probably relate to this because most of the time it is an American we go into the store. We buy things whatever it says. They're on the shelves or on the The Price Tag. OR WHATEVER WE'RE GONNA pay above and beyond without six percent eight percent whatever it is for wherever we're at well we're all used to this if let's say we're at a ballgame. We'll just use soccer or as you would say in the UK football Not to be confused with American football but the analogy he actually here is going to work for both styles of football. So let's say we're at our seat or watching a game of our favorite sport. Our favorite team and and some guy goes walking down the steps wanting to sell us a beer. And we're like that sounds great. So let's just pretend that beer is eight. Whatever currency points that is whether it's dollars towns whatever included in that is some form of sales tax so in in the US? If you're at the Miami Dolphins Game in Miami and you buy a beer for eight dollars which might be the A little generous as to how low the price would be. But let's just say it's eight dollars. Technically not eight dollars that the house so to speak that the stadium is keeping. It's GonNa be basically it's really. Let's say it's eight percent sales tax in Miami stow. That would be really a hundred and eight percents of the selling price so they have to back out the eight percent sales tax and then they owe that to which would be the Florida Florida Department of Revenue for example there so in the U. K.. Everything is like buying a beer at a stadium. The the sales tax is already included. And once you start figuring that out it starts to make more sense and we can dive a little bit more into this but but there's credits there's ways of making it even more simplified. They're not having to worry about all the credits. It just depends on your situation. And what makes the most sense of what we can dive more into that but hopefully that at least makes it simple for people of how it actually flows that is just included in the price. So it's one of those things you just gotTa keep in mind. I think for British or non European list is on non-american since that's an interesting insight into American life and the relationship with sales tax because I had no oh idea about that because obviously a focus very much on on e commerce and online sales generally are not used to the idea. If you go to so if I understand correctly you go to the store then if you buy something for say a dollar you're expected to pay a dollar eight or whatever once you get the cash register if you get it in a stadium or some particular kinds of places sadness already included is that right. It's different in different situations yet. Generally what it is is if it's cash involved so like if for example like if you're if you're at a stadium you know the the guy who's got the big tub of beer. It would be very complicated to figure out the math like oh you had three. So let's figure that out a lot of calculator or something. Sometimes you know I. It's simpler now. That people have striper stripe whatever it is square or whatever that you can just swipe on a credit card on a phone but for the longest time and it still happens today. Where people if it's a cash type of even virement they try to keep very simple and not oftentimes includes the taxes in it so stadiums tends to be one of those places where sales taxes included included?.

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"kevin sanderson" Discussed on Amazing FBA

Amazing FBA

06:43 min | 1 year ago

"kevin sanderson" Discussed on Amazing FBA

"Who's always a very very interesting interesting topic? Kevin's also the host of the PODCAST YouTube channel of the same name so Kevin warm welcome to the show awesome. Thank you for having me and I definitely have to apparent what you just said there about connecting with other people. You know I think too. Often we get stuck behind our keyboards and we forget that there's people involved in the whole whole Internet. That's why I love doing podcast interviews like this and getting to chat with fantastic people like yourself on three whatever medium. I don't think it matters but like real conversation. Pick up the phone Zim Cools Guy. Whatever get get yourself like crazy and actually get on a train or plane and get to meeting but I really really? I agree thought. Yeah real connection is so great. Let's get started so international selling them really from the. US Perspective obviously quite a global perspective because is based in the UK this democracy small enough that we tend to start by looking earlier the US market dot com and importing from China. SA- same difference. It's anyway at least that's my opinion but this is the US perspective so let's talk about Europe first of all from the US perspective. Let's start with the biggest picture. The questions I mean first of all as an American base salary yourself. Somebody helps America's allies to expand into nasty as their main focus. Is it even worth going to. Europe will another question would be. When should you consider going into your? That's a great question so I think going into international marketplace's if you're already selling on Amazon dot com just makes sense because just to take a step back. I did it pretty early on like one skew and I had four or more like in the pipeline when I registered to go into Canada and I've tried all kinds of different things like you know creating my own shop vice store going on at sea going on Ebay a Going in all these other different places and sometimes we think like Oh. I'm diversifying my revenue streams by going to these places and they're a great and I think we should all try these things but then I realized wait. I'm actually doing better. D going internationally so for my sales in the US and tacking in on another about thirty percents by selling an international marketplaces so for someone back to your original question of does it make sense to go into Europe. I would say yes now..

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"kevin sanderson" Discussed on Amazing FBA

Amazing FBA

01:37 min | 1 year ago

"kevin sanderson" Discussed on Amazing FBA

"I hit by introduced to you Mr Mike. Hey Hey hey welcome to amazing. FBI The place is to be for UK based Amazon entrepreneurs. I'm your host Michael Easy. Welcome to the show. Starting a business on your own can be lonely and worrying. Selling online multiplies issue. Ten fault getting expert help is a great way to Jesus anxiety not wasted time and confusion the amazing FBI. Mentoring program is in its fourth year of helping to get started on Amazon by now we have former clients. You have astonishing scratch. Done six figures on evening. One K seven figures a year. Obviously these are not typical results these exceptional national people. Nevertheless we can help you get known faster safer and with a much higher chance overall of success with clients for Melbourne Australia Australia to Manchester England. We bring a genuinely international perspective to find out more. Go to amazing F. B. A. DOT COM foot slash. Josh mentoring. Thanks for listening. Ladies and gentlemen welcome to the show this is Michael Visa a delight to be here as ever always loving interviews much better than sitting there stuck in my head and I would advise you to also get out interact with people but the best thing you can do. The second best thing is to listen to good podcast interviews today. I'm interviewing a fantastic. Kevin Anderson from maximizing ECOMMERCE maximizing. Komo's helps people grow their ECON businesses internationally..

"kevin sanderson" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

01:32 min | 2 years ago

"kevin sanderson" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

"Accident on the shoulder. Davison ramp to I ninety six the Jeffries westbound that accident cleared m fourteen eastbound ramp to I seventy five northbound that accident has cleared as well. And checking your weather forecast this afternoon, rain, possibly thunderstorm, a high near sixty nine tonight, rain possibly thunderstorm. A low around forty two Friday rain, steady temperature. Around forty six and Friday night, rain likely cloudy, low around forty right now, sixty six degrees. From the townhall dot com. Newsroom. Detroit. Firefighters say a body was discovered in a home after a fire was extinguished. This morning. Crews were called south Lee street on the southbound on the southwest side shortly before one AM and found two homes engulfed in flames. The body was discovered was reportedly missing limbs so homicide investigation is underway. Firefighters believe one home was set on fire and spread to the second. Detroit. Police are investigating and have not released. Any more information Detroit? Police say four people have been arrested after a drug deal gone wrong turned into a high speed chase last night. Investigators say the accident happened on Ross west of I ninety four after the drug transaction turned into a robbery. A pair of suspects fled in one car and were chased by two other suspects. The driver one SUV slammed into the back of a car so hard if pushed the trunk of the back seat, a suspect vehicle climbed out of the sun. Roof fled on foot. I'm Kevin Sanderson on the patriot FM one zero one point five AM fourteen hundred. I'm Lou Dobbs. Mitch McConnell wants to raise the age for buying tobacco. And the Dow Jones industrials post a new record for twenty nineteen low income shoppers can now buy groceries online.

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"kevin sanderson" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

02:01 min | 2 years ago

"kevin sanderson" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

"I'm Kevin Sanderson on the patriot FM one zero one point five and AM fourteen hundred. It is an eventuality almost a certainty that at this particular point in time, given the composition of the supreme court of the United States that it's just a matter of time now before Roe v. Wade is overturned that being the case states like New York have now created a methodology whereby women can have almost unlimited abortion. Michigan go down that same line, particularly. With regard to the fact that our governor is pro-choice the John McCullough show, weekday evenings at six on the patriot. The constitution says provide for the national defense and promote the public welfare not provide for public welfare and promote national defense. Hi, I'm Wesley. Barry, Bernie, and his socialists are at it again. And we'll have a lively back and forth on socialism, immigration and other breaking news. We can disagree. But we don't have to be disagreeable. Join me Wesley berry for the people's voice. This Sunday at noon here on FM one zero one point five AM fourteen hundred the patriot. Capitalism without rules. Best third trimester. Abortions a mothers in labor the infant would be delivered. The answer would be kept comfortable. The infant would be resuscitated. If if that's what the mother and the family desired so for people out there who like their insurance. They don't get to keep it. Let's eliminate all of that. Let's move on. Impeachment. Then talked about more and more. I've never gonna change my mind on it..

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"kevin sanderson" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

01:57 min | 2 years ago

"kevin sanderson" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

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"kevin sanderson" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

01:32 min | 2 years ago

"kevin sanderson" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

"Now. Thirty seven degrees. I'm Kevin Sanderson on the patriot FM one one point five and AM fourteen hundred. I'm here with Bob Bolya, president of the Detroit campus of Online Trading Academy and Bobby ever seen a market like this before there's never been one this longer this straight up, and we're really wondering what's going to happen next. Well, you know, what's going to happen at some point. Don't you know, what's gonna happen to the market while we don't know what's gonna happen to the people that are in the market. Most people are doing what they did in two thousand and two thousand and eight and most people lost money in two thousand and two thousand eight hundred and buying holding diversifying dollar cost averaging and listening to financial planners stockbrokers. Well, why in the world did they do that? We'll because it benefits the industry more than benefits the individual the second most profitable industry in the United States is wealth management. There are only outpaced by the tobacco industry. So the strategies that are applying by Wall Street have been great for Wall Street, but not great for the individual. Thanks, bob. You know, attending a three hour power trading workshop and Online Trading Academy can change your financial life. It's easy. Just call eight four four two five zero eighty seven twenty three that's eight four four two five zero eighty seven Twenty-three and let them know. The John McCullough sent you. This Trump derangement syndrome? They got to come up with a treatment for it soon. This hatred and extreme bias against Donald Trump. You news guys. It's not healthy because you're losing your credibility with your audience, and you're losing your credibility with yourself. You know, you're lying the John McCullough show weekday evenings at six on.

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"kevin sanderson" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

01:30 min | 2 years ago

"kevin sanderson" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

"I'm Kevin Sanderson on the patriot FM one zero one point five. AM fourteen hundred. Guys. Are you still looking for a great Christmas gift for your wife or girlfriend can treat her to the very best this year with the world? Soft is pajamas from pajamagram, America's PJ experts for over fifteen years because the world's softest jam are lighter than a cloud and softer than a bunny. They're like Kashmir only better. She'll love the way they feel the softness warmth and comfort. And you'll love the way. They look best of all you don't have to wrap because every pajamagram includes free gift, packaging and delivery by Christmas is guaranteed. Plastic backed by a one hundred percent lifetime guarantee. So you brisk nothing thousands of men just like you have made their loved one happy with the world, softest pajamas. You can too, but you need to get these amazing PJ's today because they normally sell out. So here's what you do. It's easy. Go to pajamagram dot com right now or call one eight hundred give PJ's that's pajamagram dot com. This is John McCullough. You know, talking about my pillow all this time really has remained fun after all where else would you get to share the wonders of being rid of a neck problem? You've had for sixteen years. My pillow gives you an media advantage of a customized fit to fill in the pillow, assuring you and me of uninterrupted deep rebuilding sleep. We all need to feel better in the morning, and there's a certain comfort knowing that. If you're not completely satisfied with the my pillow. You get your full refunded sixty days, but really fun is Mike Lindell. My pillows.

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"kevin sanderson" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

01:52 min | 2 years ago

"kevin sanderson" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

"Pickup, I'm Kevin Sanderson on the patriot FM one zero one point five and AM fourteen hundred. So there's this guiding Jordan, he's a healthy guy. He's a dad of six and he works as a guide in Alaska. And he goes to the doctor true story goes to the doctor and he's diagnosed with cancer stage four, and here's the thing. He had switched earlier for medical insurance to medishare where Christian share each other's medical bills. So the question for Jordan and his wife Jenny was is this actually going to work our medical bills exceeded one hundred sixty thousand dollars medishare members shared all our bills, and it was about more than just the money to this is a real community. Meta share is is a family a group of people that stick with you because the hardest times of your life. I just don't know how I could have done it without medishare. It's so worth looking into. There's a reason this is growing so fast. So if you want to find out more here is a number for you eight four four forty one bible that's eight four four four one. B I b l. situation, very happy with what we're reading because there was no collusion whatsoever. Takeaways. There's a very real to that on the day. Donald Trump leaves office. The Justice department mandate him that he may be the first time in quite some time to face the real prospect of jail time, holding them accountable. Sean gets the answers. No one else does.

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"kevin sanderson" Discussed on WDTK The Patriot

WDTK The Patriot

01:35 min | 2 years ago

"kevin sanderson" Discussed on WDTK The Patriot

"Businessman, Dan, Gilbert has sold his greektown casino in Detroit for a reported one billion dollars. The new owners are two businesses within the gaming industry. Penn national gaming and properties. Penn national currently has several gaming operations nationally, including Toledo and Columbus, Ohio. Gilbert told the Detroit Free Press that he will invest the money from the sale back into projects. In Detroit deals expected to be finalized in twenty nineteen a target employees in Bloomfield Township is facing embezzlement charges in connection with an elaborate online ordering scam. Police say members of target corporate security called about an employee suspected of embezzling thousands of dollars in merchandise and investigation led officers to Shannon kid who has been arrested and charged with three counts of felony embezzlement. She's being held on one hundred thousand dollars bail and is scheduled return to court on Monday. I'm Kevin Sanderson on the patriot FM one zero one point five and AM fourteen hundred. Now live from the patriot Detroit radio complex. This is the John McCullough show. Acts was four years old two years on the job. And his handler officer, Tim price is twenty four seven partner on and off the job. They're every bit of a police officer as another human sitting next to him in the car. They worked together every day. They live together. Your best friends you'll die for him. Which did there's a lot of morning going on for act and people who work with these dogs, certainly understand that. Now, here's John. And walking Wednesday edition.

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"kevin sanderson" Discussed on WDTK The Patriot

WDTK The Patriot

01:38 min | 2 years ago

"kevin sanderson" Discussed on WDTK The Patriot

"This morning officials say two men accidentally fell on the manhole behind a Great Lakes water authority building near MAC avenue. And can't you deputy Detroit fire chief Jean Biondo says rescue workers had to be careful removing the man who was injured in the fall officials say the victim is in his sixties, and he was taken to the hospital for treatment. The first man who fell was able to escape on his own why? And that police have a Detroit man in custody who has more than three hundred forty current suspensions on his license. Officers say they saw vehicle heading south on Biddle avenue with a out license plate lamp when the officer pulled the vehicle over at approached the driver, he recognized him as Gerald grant. Grant told the officers his license was suspended and the discovered his license was ineligible to over three hundred forty current suspensions. It had expired February eleventh nineteen ninety nine and grant had forty one warrants issued for him. I'm Kevin Sanderson on the patriot FM one zero one point five at AM fourteen hundred. Now live from the patriot Detroit radio complex. This is the John McCullough show veto Rourke. I Ted Cruz you had to make a decision right now. Who do you think you would support? Beta. How do you know? Especially because I'm a woman are there any accomplishments in his career that you can point to that would make him a good person for office. I am not aware of a lot of specific accomplishments that he is I I don't know any. So I can't say any of that. I honestly couldn't point to anything. I haven't heard anything unless you count going to jail for data and accomplishment than no shots fired. Wow. Now, here's John and welcoming.

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John McCulloch

00:24 sec | 2 years ago

Aretha Franklin, "Queen of Soul," is dead at 76

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"kevin sanderson" Discussed on WDTK The Patriot

WDTK The Patriot

02:11 min | 3 years ago

"kevin sanderson" Discussed on WDTK The Patriot

"The lodge southbound that accident cleared twelve mile at. Farmington road an accident six ninety six eastbound between I seventy five and cousins avenue the left lane closed. For construction scheduled until eleven pm Wednesday traffic is, slowing back to Coolidge heavy traffic usual spots m ten the. Lodge northbound between forest avenue and web 'em ten northwestern northbound between eight mile and, Southfield at ten the lodge southbound between Lahser. Nine mile heavy traffic there m. thirty nine the Southfield, northbound between Warren avenue and grand river also heavy traffic, m. thirty, nine the Southfield, southbound between Ford road in Michigan avenue. Heavy traffic. Along that stretch your weather forecast looking at tonight showers and thunderstorms mostly cloudy low around sixty four Tuesday chance. Of showers mostly cloudy With a high near eighty right. Now seventy six degrees I'm Kevin Sanderson on the. Patriot FM one on one point five and AM fourteen hundred I'd like to ask yourself a serious question. How long do you think that the stock market, would go on and our normal way of doing business would, go on if people only made money on the stock market when it. Went up Pretty ridiculous isn't it Pretty silly thing to think about because. It's impossible So what's going on right now today and last Friday and odd infinitum for the stock, market is on days when the market goes up some people lose money and, some people gain money and at Online Trading Academy it is their mission to teach, you how to make money on the. Stock market whether the. Market's going up or down that's. What they do forty two campuses around the world they're not a fly by night group that group that comes in and gets a couple of hotel rooms. And get you all excited and, then leaves town they have permanent campus in Southfield and there got. Twenty one years providing market knowledge you can use I'm not gonna ask you just to believe me even though they do have a core..

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