具体而言，美国、加拿大、欧洲、墨西哥和英国适用订单的预估间接税缴纳金额（美国和加拿大订单在结帐时会有单独一行显示销售税；欧洲、墨西哥和英国订单则显示包含 GST/VAT 的价格）将由 Wish 代收，并在下一个结款日支付给商户（付款资格条款适用），但 Wish 在当地登记为交易平台并代收税费、个人商户账户类型缴纳墨西哥 VAT，以及特定英国路向订单缴纳英国 VAT 等例外情况除外（点此了解详情）。商户可以在订单历史记录、“订单详情”页面和付款账单中查看需缴税订单的预估间接税缴纳金额。
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With the availability of Tax Settings, merchants have the ability to indicate the jurisdictions where they have obligations to remit indirect tax (e.g. sales tax, GST and VAT) on sales in the United States, Canada, select European countries, Mexico, and the United Kingdom. Wish will then calculate and collect the estimated tax amounts and pass them on to merchants, who may then remit to the applicable tax authorities.
Specifically, the estimated indirect tax amounts for the applicable US, Canadian, European, Mexican, and UK orders will be collected from customers (as a separate sales tax line item at checkout in the US and Canada; whereas European, Mexican, and UK orders will show GST/VAT inclusive pricing), and included in the merchant’s next scheduled payment (subject to Payment Eligibility terms), with certain exceptions such as marketplace regions, Mexico VAT for Individual merchant account type, and UK VAT for specific types of UK-bound orders (learn more here). Merchants may view the estimated indirect tax amounts for applicable orders in their Order History, Order details pages, and payment invoices.
Please do not supply indirect tax registration information in areas where you do not believe indirect tax applies to your sales on Wish.com. Merchants are ultimately responsible for correctly identifying their filing obligations in the Tax Settings and ensuring their sales tax/VAT compliance obligations are met and returns are submitted accurately.