Haven't seen any discussion on this, but the new rules for VAT starting 1st January 2015 will effect some of us. ANY B2C sales of Digital Services, which includes domains and online advertising, will have to be declared for VAT purposes, and charged for to include VAT at the rate relevant to the buyers market. This will then force anyone making these sales to register for VAT in the UK and to make quarterly VAT returns on these sales, irrelevant of whether your turnover is under the UK threshold. If you only sell B2B then there's no change, but, by my interpretation, transferring a domain to a private individual in another EU market will count as a B2C sale. Something I shall no longer offer. It all sounds like a small business nightmare, designed to level the playing field across Europe, but will embroil sole traders and a like in a significant accounting burden. A simple solution, which is unlikely to happen, would be to have a uniform VAT threshold across Europe. However, the UK threshold is higher than most, so would likely come down, whereas in the Netherlands I gather there is no threshold, VAT is due on all sales. Read the details at this page on the gov.uk site. Perhaps someone here has more insight into this?