The new VAT MOSS rules coming into force from 1 January 2015 have been the subject of controversy among small businesses over the last few weeks.
My client recently started a travel business selling travel tickets, holiday package. He is basically reseller making his money in the margin.
Rebecca Cave believes that many micro businesses are worrying unnecessarily about the VAT implications of supplying e-services to overseas customers, as they could avoid falling within the new
Tax lecturer Paul Soper outlines the 1 January changes in detail below, after a recent HMRC 'clarification' on the VAT MOSS.
I have a client sells electronic services over the internet. These sell to UK, EU and non-EU customers.
I am Lithuanian, EU. I have registered as self employed.
I have registered as self employed. I would like to be freelancer and make websites and fix laptops.
I the tenants of the property are not charged VAT, can there be made a claim for the inputs like repair and renovation of the property?