It is called in your country as: Pridėtinės vertės mokestis
In your country, it should go up as 21%, as in Finland it goes 24%.
This is what nearly everu EU country is being used, but never really an outside of home country, so it means every product you buy, it will go VAT as in your country ( or that country where the product is, depending where the taxes go)
LFS Product has VAT added already, if I understood anything correctly. I am just answering fast so please feel free to correct me if I am wrong, and I think I might be so no problem.
But afterall, in Finland, there is high taxes and taxes about everything, so I don't give a single brick about it, in other hand of meaning, doesn't really make difference, only more taxes lol.
EDIT: I did read actually more info. VAT of percentage will be added to the product from the country where you buy a product ( lol bad english )
So if you buy a product which is from Finland, it will be 24% more because VAT in Finland is 24%, so the VAT is always set on the target country, not the country where you belong. Correct me if I am wrong.
So what I have understood, the price will not raise due the things of already solved, but needs to have more information about the proof. So it can be shown the actual trade
Or I do not know, but I got interested, so tomorrow I start to learn about this as well, perhaps because I see it is complicated and a bit amusing about tax itself.
I do not know about pre-ordering. If you for example, pre-order a car from Germany, have bought it already before year of 2015, will they look the payment is done or it is not done, as if the car will be delivered after the year of 2015 and then the payment is officially finished, will it the tax must pay afterwards as surtax? lol