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  1. It's not pre-owned when it is still sealed / unopened. It's new but the VAT has already been paid. Lets say someone was to purchased stuff in bulk (quantities of a 1000s) and sell them individually on an eBay store. The chances of selling them for +20% or +19% more than pre 31st Dec are ambitious. Might be OK for VAT registered companies, but for an individual it's 20% more expensive. +20% = sales killer. How do I know that you ask. I ain't willing to paying the extra 20% so I would imagine plenty of other people wouldn't too.
  2. I don't want the item. I was just wondering how this new world affect me. Badly by the looks of it. Does the same happen in reverse. If I purchase an item from a UK store for £120. (£100 with £20 VAT) I then decide I don't want it and list it on eBay for £120 as brand new. A German buyer wants to purchase. Does he have to pay their 19% VAT to purchase it. Making the price for him £142.80 Wow. Sales killer.
  3. So German eBay has always worked different from UK eBay? Because prior to this brexit, VAT was included in the eBay price. Never known eBay to show prices excluding VAT. Seems like a double VAT rip-off to me. No more Euro purchases from eBay from me.
  4. Hello. Slightly off topic but VAT query. Just looked at an item on eBay.co.uk from Germany. The eBay listing is for 119 euro. The listing says "+ 20 VAT will apply" I look at the same item on eBay.de and it's 119 euros, does not say + 20 VAT will apply. If this is new item that contains Germany TAX/VAT. Would I be paying two lots of VAT????
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    Sold all my Gold

    I thought inflation was an increase in money supply which is nothing to do with the price of assets. I don't know, It's only what I have read. If the governments want to push people into assets how is it that people complain that metal prices are rigged and being artificially knocked down? I assume that if the prices of assets/stocks are rising it's because people are putting more and more money into them. If people were to take their money out where would they put it? In saving accounts? The interest rates are next to nothing. Maybe it's interest rates/saving rates tha
  6. What about the gold to bitcoin ratio. That has changed a bit over the years. I don't pay attention to the gold:silver ratio.
  7. Year of the mouse may turn out to be difficult to purchase in the future. I'm not seeing them for sale much since this shenanigans. First coin in new series too. They seem to have disappeared.
  8. 🤪😁 Pimp that pamp
  9. I don't have qualifications in Chemistry but I would of thought it is a chemical reaction. Since you mention Maples which are supposed to be pure Ag. If only I knew someone with Chemistry qualifications who knows what reacts with Ag. Sadly I don't. https://www.lenntech.com/periodic/water/silver/silver-and-water.htm In what way and in what form does silver react with water? Silver does not react with pure water. Is is stable in both water and air. Moreover, it is acid and base resistant, but it corrodes when it comes in contact with sulphur compounds. Sulphur????
  10. No selling. Hold on for SHTFS. Whether that is my personal (accidentally on purpose caused by some 💩 ) SHTFS or global melt down.
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