vat_question.pdf<br>Please see attached VAT summary where I have written the questions..
This was used on VT Transaction Plus.
Your adjustment is input VAT on something. You set it against the cost of the something. Ignore your calculated value and use the actual value HMRC allowed.
What was the substance of HMRC's disagreement with your figures?
Here's part of the reduction on my VAT claim for the refund.......
You have included input tax of £163.10 for the reverse VAT on Facebook advertising, as this is subject to the reverse charge output tax should also be declared effectively cancelling each other out. As the client wasn’t registered at the time of the charges the input tax isn’t allowable and I will reduce it accordingly in the calculations.
Don't waste any more time on it - follow Duggimon's advice and move on.
I wonder if it would help cut down on spurious posting if every question had to be handwritten and then scanned and posted as an image.
The scan wasn't made for this forum, it was sent to the company's accountant but he couldn't tell me what to put and then he charged £9 for the privilege!
But thanks for the advice - I shall match it to HMRC's cheque amount and be done with it :)