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Are Homeopathic medical services Vatable

Homeopathy Vat Status

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Hi,

I have a potential client that is an Homeopath.  They are talking about hitting the Vat threshold.  I know medical services are exempt from Vat, but I can not see this service listed on the exemptions list on HMRC.  

Please could someone confirm / show me where I can confirm for sure that this is either exempt or not.

Thanks

Andy

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By Accountant A
17th Jan 2019 20:28

Homeopathic and medical. There's two words you never thought you'd hear in the same sentence!

Is your prospect a qualified 'health professional'?

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By ireallyshouldknowthisbut
18th Jan 2019 09:36

I think you need to look under "mystics" and "conmen"

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By Duggimon
18th Jan 2019 09:58

Homeopathy isn't medicine.

I would check the AML status though since fraudulently obtained income ought to come under the POCA.

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By leeanthonyblackshaw
18th Jan 2019 11:05

yes, but at 0.000000001%

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By Vile Nortin Naipaan
18th Jan 2019 11:48

As far as I'm aware, the sexual preferences of a medical practitioner have no bearing on the VAT liability of the services that they supply. I hope I've helped.

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By Duggimon
18th Jan 2019 11:52

Homeosexuals only put the millionth part of a millionth part in.

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By ireallyshouldknowthisbut
18th Jan 2019 18:21

My spelling is so bad, I only just got that on the third reading.

#stateshooleducation

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By Tomazaan
28th Jan 2019 18:41

My parents spent thousands on my education and I still can't spell. :(

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By AJBetts77
18th Jan 2019 15:43

Thanks all - I didn't want to presume in my original post that your views would match mine on the medical nature of Homeopathy. It seems my scepticism is matched by you fine people.

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By Montrose
18th Jan 2019 16:46

Is your potential client a human being , for whom "who" would be appropriate, or a spirit or machine for which "that" is the correct grammatical usage?

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By Andy Reeves
21st Jan 2019 09:47

Oxymoron

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