uk vat registered company working in Ireland

irish vat registration?

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I have a vat registered limited company and they have been asked to go over to Ireland to fit some boilers, what are the vat/tax implications/requirements?  the staff going are all on the payrol with the uk company and it will be less than 60 days they are there

the more I am googling it the more confused I am getting so any help is much appriciated 

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By johnward
17th Jan 2024 14:52

If your working to a Irish contractor under RCT (CIS in UK), you register the company as a non resident company in Ireland and register it for a tax number for the RCT deductions to be suffered.

If you are a non resident subcontractor you don't have to register for VAT in Ireland.

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By Jason Croke
17th Jan 2024 15:40

Who is the customer? Business or consumer? Presumably a business?

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By sarahtaylor2018
17th Jan 2024 15:54

It is a large boiler company the work is being completed for, my client company is electrical experts who wire the boilers

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By DJKL
17th Jan 2024 15:47

Does their registration to install boilers etc cover them in the EU, is there reciprocal recognition UK to EU? Also suggest they check their insurance re coverage cross border.

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By Jason Croke
17th Jan 2024 16:50

It's a reverse charge supply (UK supply is outside scope of VAT) and customer in Ireland accounts for VAT on their Irish VAT return.

See link below.

https://www.revenue.ie/en/vat/vat-on-services/when-is-vat-charged-on-ser...

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