In a recent case heard by the First-Tier Tribunal Hastings Insurance Services Limited, a UK based company, provided claims handling services to an associated company, Advantage Insurance Company Limited, based in Gibraltar. The input VAT incurred b…

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Effective 1 April 2019, HMRC intends to digitise VAT accounting and consequently, from that date, all businesses that make taxable supplies above the VAT registration threshold of £85,000 will be required to submit their VAT return information to HMR…

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UK businesses that have incurred input VAT in an EU Member State where they are not established and make no supplies are entitled to recover the VAT element of these costs by way of a cross-border refund scheme.

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If goods are sent from the United Kingdom to a customer in another EU Member State, and that customer is not registered for VAT (i.e. the customer is private individual / charity etc), UK VAT at the standard rate will normally be charged. These suppl…

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In the case of Taylor Wimpey the Upper Tribunal (“UT”) has released a further decision in respect of the “builders’ block”, which restricts property developers from recovering input tax on white goods and fitted carpets and other items that are incor…

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With the sad demise of Carillion it is likely that a wide range of businesses will be suffering adverse cash flow and may be unable to pay their VAT liability to HMRC. There are a number of ways that a business can improve its cash flow and possibly …

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Do you have any clients that operate a bonded warehouse? If so, there is an opportunity for you to add value.

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Whilst there has been much rhetoric spoken about Brexit since the vote back in June 2016, there is still little hard facts as to exactly what will happen both in the short term post 29th March 2019 and beyond any transitional period that will come in…

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