Author: ZeroVAT

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The answer is when it’s charity advertising, at least in the opinion of HMRC. Most people would regard promotions on social media and the like as “advertising”. This is how many charities and their suppliers view such activity however for

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Deal or No Deal. VAT is still changing Until 29th March 2019 the UK is part of the EU and bound by its rules. Even after the 29th March many of the rules may apply to the UK. Much of

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Contingency plans Recently they government released information about the repercussions of a “no deal” Brexit. This information covered the changes affecting goods bought from other EU countries. If there isn’t a deal with the EU, buying print  (and other goods)

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The Treasury Committee is currently holding an inquiry into VAT. The remit of this inquiry is focusing on three key issues: The tax gap (VAT which is due but not collected) Brexit (Opportunities, concerns and impact) Business (Improving the VAT

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What does VAT mean to you?  Very Awkward Tax? Vaguely Ambiguous Tax? There is a tendency for print suppliers to follow the path of least resistance when dealing with how to charge VAT to customers. 20% on everything. This is

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A recent First Tier Tribunal case which HMRC lost has created a lot of chatter in the industry. The tendency in these situations is for commentators to cherry-pick the snippets that make for a great headline. As is always the

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Fulfilment House Due Diligence Scheme The term “fulfilment house” may receive some publicity over the coming year. This is because certain fulfilment houses must start registering with HMRC. These are not fulfilment houses which are normally part of the direct

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March 2019 is when the UK is due to leave the European Union and there is still much to be decided. Nowadays it is very straightforward to buy goods from a business in the EU. An order is placed and

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You may have seen this recent blog article or other posts related to it: Why I had to close Bluefrog down (and why I set up Bluefrog Fundraising) We thought it would be helpful to pass on our observations as

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In 2015 HMRC provided guidance for businesses who had incorrectly accounted for VAT on supplies of printed matter and postage. These terms were published by HMRC in Revenue and Customs Brief 10 2015. VAT Notice 700/24: postage, delivery charges and

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