flashman wrote:We are registered for VAT in France not in the UK as our line of work is catered ski holidays. We sell holidays with French TVA included in the price and reclaim TVA in France on outgoings such as catering supplies, transport etc etc. We are however still a UK limited company and so need to complete CT600 forms at this time of year.
flashman wrote:Thanks for the advice. We are not within TOMS as we don't sell packages. I should have explained more clearly, we are an accommodation provider in the Alps and customers book their own flights, ski passes etc. Seems like there shouldn't be any VAT shown in accounts.
Does anyone know if I need to fill in any forms to tell HMRC that all of our supplies are outside the scope of UK VAT? We are over the VAT threshold but place of supply rules dictate that as all of our business is for a property in France we have had to register in France. We've done this but as yet haven't done anything with regards HMRC. Do we simply just not register for UK VAT or is there a nice long form to fill in to explain that our supplies don't fall within the scope of UK VAT?
You clearly mentioned in the first post that you claim vat on catering supplies and transport. If you selling accomodation and transport together I am afraid it falls within TOMS. So you need to speak to a vat expert to ascertain your position.
As regard to your second part of question, same applies whether you need to register for vat will depend on TOMS so It would be worth spending money to get expert advice.