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By lionofludesch
15th Mar 2017 17:34

What ?

Why has he stopped charging VAT before he deregistered?

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By cbp99
15th Mar 2017 17:35

The client should be charging Vat until the date of deregistration. In any case the final Vat return should include those invoices and the Vat on them (whether or not the client has charged it to customers).

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By lionofludesch
15th Mar 2017 17:47

Steady - the supplies could be zero-rated.

Once again - the OP doesn't say.

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By [email protected]
15th Mar 2017 18:27

Thanks for your reply. I don't know why he didn't charged VAT to every customer. What happened if i don't include those invoice o final VAT return.

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By lechiffre
20th Mar 2017 10:36

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What happened if i don't include those invoice o final VAT return.

Do you really not know the answer to that question?

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By miketombs
20th Mar 2017 10:37

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Thanks for your reply. I don't know why he didn't charged VAT to every customer. What happened if i don't include those invoice o final VAT return.

Isn't that a bit like asking "What happens if I deliberately falsify the final VAT return?" I've no idea which accounting body you belong to - perhaps none given the question posed - but there are ethical and professional standards which are non-negotiable.

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By Les Howard
15th Mar 2017 17:44

Why shouldn't you include them?
Is the Client on cash accounting?

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By Southwestbeancounter
15th Mar 2017 18:06

Surely you'd include them in any event (and all other debtors for that matter) on your final VAT return whether cash accounting or not unless they were bad debts?

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By [email protected]
15th Mar 2017 18:13

The client is CIS contractor. He was registered in November and deregistered in Feb. He didn't charged VAT to every customer.
Should I include invoices whom he charged VAT and others as zero rated.
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By lionofludesch
15th Mar 2017 18:47

If the work was zero rated, yes.

If not, no !!!! He must pay the tax he should have charged.

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By [email protected]
15th Mar 2017 18:33

I wasn't advised if it was zero or standard only invoices reflect some with VAT some without.

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By lionofludesch
15th Mar 2017 18:49

Well, find out.

The trader may be correct.

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By lechiffre
21st Mar 2017 10:13

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I wasn't advised if it was zero or standard only invoices reflect some with VAT some without.

On the basis of the questions you have submitted on here, how do you consider yourself qualified to complete VAT returns for your clients?

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By jivebunny
20th Mar 2017 15:58

Hi,
There's a lot to be said for checking sentence construction, grammar and spelling before submitting posts. I always read them over out loud.
Jivebunny

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By Paul D Utherone
21st Mar 2017 14:21

A helpful amendment to the OP then :)

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