VAT

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Foreign Companies and VAT

HM Revenue and Customs defines a non-established taxable person (NETP) as “any person who isn’t normally resident in the UK, doesn’t have a UK establishment and, in the case of a company, isn’t incorporated in the UK.” Unlike companies or individuals based in the UK, NETPs must register for VAT when taxable supplies, regardless of … Continue reading

Making Tax Digital is almost here

Making Tax Digital for Business (MTDfB) starts 01 April 2019 for VAT-registered businesses over the VAT threshhold, and from 01 April 2020 for all others. To get my clients ready – whether mandated to submit tax returns in 2019 or later – I will be test-driving various software from the published list of approved providers … Continue reading

Recharging Expenses and VAT

Recharging expenses occurs when you ‘recharge’ your expenses to your customer eg travel fare or hotel bills.Note that recharges are not disbursements. If you are VAT-registered, there are VAT consequences to be aware of when processing recharges. Using three expenses: You were charged £100 + £20 VAT (for perhaps hotel accommodation); You were charged £30 … Continue reading

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