VAT Number

What is a VAT Number?

VAT numbers in the EU consist of 15 alphanumeric characters with the first two indicating the country of the registered business – e.g., GB for the UK.
All the countries in the EU are currently as follows with their two letter country codes:

  • AT – Austria – 9 characters always starting with a U.
  • BE – Belgium – 10 characters (9 prior to April 2005).
  • BG – Bulgaria – 9 or 10 characters.
  • CY – Cyprus – 9 characters – last character always a letter.
  • CZ – Czech Republic – 8, 9 or 10 characters.
  • DE – Germany – 9 characters.
  • DK – Denmark – 8 characters.
  • EE – Estonia – 9 characters.
  • EL – Greece – 9 characters.
  • ES – Spain – 9 characters.
  • FI – Finland – 8 characters.
  • FR – France – 11 characters.
  • GB – United Kingdom.
  • HU – Hungary – 8 characters.
  • IE – Ireland – 8 characters.
  • IT – Italy – 11 characters.
  • LT – Lithuania – 9 or 12 characters.
  • LU – Luxembourg – 8 characters.
  • LV – Latvia – 11 characters.
  • MT – Malta – 8 characters.
  • NL – The Netherlands – 12 characters with the 10th character always a B.
  • PL – Poland – 10 characters.
  • PT – Portugal – 9 characters.
  • RO – Romania – between 2 and 12 characters.
  • SE – Sweden – 12 characters.
  • SI – Slovenia – 8 characters.
  • SK – Slovakia – 10 characters.

Registrera VAT

  1. VAT Information
  2. Beställ VAT Registrering!
  3. VAT Registrering

Obs! Vi åtar oss ingenting förrän betalning är mottagen

Dela gärna dena artikel

Leave a Reply