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I act for an English vineyard whose wine is made by a commercial winemaker. As would be expected the winemaker charges VAT on the normal production processes.

A homeless charity has hit out after being handed an unexpected bill by HMRC.



I have been approached by tradesman prospect who lately has been doing a lot of large private jobs.


What is the difference between a bowls club and a rugby club, asks Neil Warren after reviewing some recent tribunal decisions on VAT and sports club


Hi all,

We have received an invoice for a marketing conference in Germany with German VAT on it and I was wondering what is the best to go about recording this in Sage.


Representatives from all EU finance ministries were at the Fiscalis conference in Dublin last week to discuss the implementation of the new EU VAT rules, and how they have been working since th


I am AAT Member in Practice, same time mum of small children working part time from home for few local business, mostly friends and charities.



I have a client who owns two caravan parks next to each other

One is ran through his sole trade, the other a limited company, he's the sole owner of both


The ‘proportionality’ argument has been raised in a number of Tax Tribunal cases. The most recent Upper Tier decision was that of Trinity Mirror plc.

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