Answers to other frequently asked questions about our Amazon to Xero integration
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How to match your 1099K figures up with Xero or QuickBooksMatching the Amazon 1099K figures with Link My Books figures
Why don't the business reports in seller central match my Link My Books data?Reconciling Link My Books figures with Amazon figures
What data do you import from Amazon?
UK VAT Return For Amazon Sellers Post-BrexitHow to accurately account for your Amazon sales and fees and choose the right tax rates to ensure your UK VAT return if filed correctly.
Amazon Shipping Labels purchased and how Link My Books deals with themShipping Labels purchased on Amazon and their Vat treatment
Making VAT Adjustments In Xero For Amazon FeesFor if there was a gap between the date you became VAT registered and the date you entered your VAT number on Amazon Seller Central
How Link My Books Calculates VAT on European Amazon Seller AccountsHow we calculate VAT on European settlements and which Amazon reports we use to do so
How to deal with EU VAT in Xero or QuickBooks with Link My BooksAccounting for VAT in multiple countries with Link My Books
Import VAT and Custom duties.Steps to take when part of one of your Amazon settlements include Import VAT and Custom Duties
Recording non UK VAT expenses incurred in PAN EU countriesAccounting for non UK VAT expenses in Xero or QuickBooks
Understanding how Link My Books automatically groups products based on their VAT rateFor Amazon and Shopify accounts added after May 2023
How to download Amazon Date Range Summary ReportIf you'd like to compare your Amazon data to Link My Books summaries