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Submit Intrastat declarations to HMRC online if you trade in the EU above the exemption thresholds
Information sheets for importers and exporters completing their Intrastat Supplementary Declarations.
You must declare all goods leaving and entering the UK to HM Revenue and Customs (HMRC), and complete Intrastat Supplementary Declarations
The system for collecting statistics on the trade in goods between EU member states
Technical information to help you decide which method is most suitable for submitting your Intrastat Supplementary Declarations (SDs).
The process of submitting your declarations explained step-by-step, to help you become Intrastat compliant.
Call or write to HMRC for help with the Intrastat system
How to pay Intrastat penalties and the time it takes for payment to reach HM Revenue and Customs (HMRC).
Commodity codes, values, delivery terms, Nature of Transaction Codes, net mass and supplementary units for completing Intrastat Supplementary Declarations.
If you are trading goods in the EU in excess of the set thresholds then you need to submit monthly supplementary declarations.
Consultation on EU proposals to reduce the burden on businesses required to submit Intrastat declarations.
Check the availability and any issues affecting the Intrastat (IS2) online service.
Intrastat: Revised Arrivals Exemption Threshold
Sign in to Intrastat, eBTI and New Export System and other excise, import and export services
Trade information service with data tables in Excel format
This Tax Information and Impact Note provides information on changes to the Intrastat arrivals threshold.
What's involved in selling or dispatching goods to EU member states, including VAT, figures for Intrastat, licensing and controls.
This notice provides a general guide to Intrastat for businesses trading in goods with other member states of the EU.
This brief sets out that the Intrastat arrivals exemption threshold which will increase from £1,200,000 to £1,500,000 from 1 January 2015.
Don’t include personal or financial information, eg your National Insurance number or credit card details.