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Deferring VAT payments during the Coronavirus situation

HMRC's system for the VAT Deferral Payment Scheme closed to new entrants on 21 June 2021. Here's what you need to know.

Make sure you’re in the know when it comes to changes to EU VAT

A number of practical VAT and duty issues have emerged which were not wholly obvious in the lead-up to Brexit. Here's a helpful summary.

Brexit countdown: Some things to think of and plan

Brexit is still very much on the Government's agenda. Despite the ongoing uncertainty there are steps businesses can take to prepare.

Making Tax Digital for VAT widens its scope

More businesses will need to comply with Making Tax Digital from April 2022

Temporary zero VAT rate introduced for supplies of PPE

The Government has extended the temporary zero VAT rate for the supply of Personal Protective Equipment (PPE)

HMRC brings forward zero VAT-rating for e-publications

Intended to start on 1 December, HMRC has brought forward the zero-rating to support literacy and reading during the Coronavirus

Holding companies and management charges

Key points from the Norseman Gold case

What to do if HMRC gets in touch

What to do if HMRC gets in touch

Residential Renovations and Conversions

VAT considerations when renovating or converting a residential property

Mobile phones

Can you recover VAT?

The End of the Road for the VAT Flat Rate Scheme?

A new FRS percentage of 16.5% is expected to be introduced with effect from 1 April 2017

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