I noticed that setting a default price for a in-app product is not inclusive of tax. We are not VAT registered so we dont want to charge tax on our products. Does that mean I still need to set the default price inclusive of tax?
For example we sell an in-app product for £39.99, however if I put in £39.99 as the default price, then the price will be £47.99 for the user as Google automatically adds on the 20%. So I presume I need to set the default price to £33.33 which will equate to £39.99.
Does this mean that Google will withhold the 20% even though we are not VAT registered? Or will Google give us the full £39.99 and just take their 15% commission?
Best answer by codyView original