Chile VAT indirect tax FAQs
Updated 01 Nov 2021
On 01 January 2022, Pearson VUE will collect Chile VAT on all sales made to both consumers (B2C) and business (B2B) customers in Chile.
All sales to customers are impacted. Both B2B and B2C sales.
To comply with local tax regulations in Chile.
Reverse charge provisions do apply in Chile for voucher sales to businesses when the business customer provides their taxpayer registration details to Pearson VUE and to some sales made at Test Centers when the test center provides the required taxpayer details to Pearson VUE.
Test Center Administrators
There are no changes to the test center statement.
When a candidate registers with Pearson VUE’s contact centre or Pearson VUE’s website, Pearson VUE emails the candidate a payment confirmation.
When the candidate registers for an exam with the Test Center AND VUE Credit Terms are used as the payment method, Pearson VUE does not send the candidate a payment receipt. Instead, the test center administrator should do this.
When the candidate registers for an exam with the Test Center AND a credit card is used Pearson VUE emails the candidate a payment confirmation. If the payment was made using a Test Center business credit card, please make sure that the Billing Information is correct on the order payment screen. The default can be to the candidates address, but can be changed as needed.