12/02/2019, by RSM UK, Tax News - VAT & Excise Duties
RSM UK's Andy Ilsley and George Bull with a Brexit VAT update
If the UK leaves the EU without a deal, from 11pm GMT on 29 March 2019 many UK businesses will ... Continue Reading
30/07/2018, by BKL, Tax News - VAT & Excise Duties
BKL points out that the Flat Rate Scheme can sometimes be useful.
OK: let’s manage expectations: it’s not much, it’s a one-off, and it’s ... Continue Reading
26/11/2013, by Rob McCann, Tax News - VAT & Excise Duties
“Cashbacks” and trade-ins are not the same thing for VAT, as Rob McCann of the VAT People explains.
It is quite common for businesses to exchange ... Continue Reading
18/02/2013, by TMF, Tax News - VAT & Excise Duties
Richard Asquith of VAT Consultants TMF warns that the UK tourism industry risks being 'undercut' by mainland European competition thanks to lower VAT rates there.
News ... Continue Reading
08/02/2013, by Lee Sharpe, Tax News - VAT & Excise Duties
We are pleased to note that HMRC has finally revised VAT Notice 700/18 Relief from VAT on Bad Debts
TaxationWeb pointed out over a year ago in Can We Trust ... Continue Reading
01/02/2013, by Lee Sharpe, Tax News - VAT & Excise Duties
The new Machine Games Duty, or MGD, is applied to games machines from 1 February and applies basically to all games machines where the player stands to win back ... Continue Reading
08/01/2013, by Lee Sharpe, Tax News - VAT & Excise Duties
Gaming machine operators have until 11 January to register for a brand new tax, Machine Games Duty, (MGD), which will come into effect from 1 February and applies ... Continue Reading
28/11/2012, by Lee Sharpe, Tax News - VAT & Excise Duties
The Advocate General delivered his opinion yesterday (27 November) on whether or not non-taxable persons could validly be included in a VAT ... Continue Reading
05/09/2012, by Lee Sharpe, Tax News - VAT & Excise Duties
HM Revenue & Customs has not changed its position in relation to the charging of VAT by golf clubs, to non-members, on green fees.
In Revenue & Customs Brief ... Continue Reading
25/04/2012, by Lee Sharpe, Tax News - VAT & Excise Duties
HM Revenue & Customs (HMRC) has admitted that its approach to charging businesses VAT on some of the private fuel made available for private use contravenes EU ... Continue Reading