UK VAT – Knowing ‘Who’ you are

I believe it’s perfectly possible to stop VAT from becoming a problem by thinking about VAT before committing to a transaction. Signing on the line first and thinking about VAT later can prove to be very expensive. We see so […]

Don’t ignore UK VAT on over-payments

Two unrelated VAT cases struck me as being potentially important for lots of businesses. The VAT Tribunal decided that National Car Parks had to pay VAT on all of the payments received not just on the charges levied – the […]

UK VAT risks using expense claim Apps?

Everyone hates doing their expenses don’t they, so the idea of having an App to do the work for you is brilliant. However I can’t help wondering if VAT claims might be exposed based on the ‘rubbish in, rubbish out’ […]

UK VAT – EU Call-off stock

Call-off stock has always had potential to cause VAT problems.  By call-offs being treated the same as any other EU B2B supply it can seem quite straightforward.  However, the arguments erupting across the EU underline the need for all call-off […]