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VAT treatment of supply of service to EU

Hi Everyone

Please can I check that the VAT treatment of the supply of a service to EU company (which is VAT registered), should be considered outside the scope for VAT? - and therefore they have to consider registering for VAT in the specific EU country?

Or should it be zero rated?

Thanks for your help

 

 

 

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14th Sep 2017 10:59

Or maybe would the EU company need to record this as a reverse charge?

Therefore, the service is still outside the scope, but still with no VAT registration obligation?

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By Ruddles
14th Sep 2017 11:08

Perhaps if you were to be bothered to provide all pertinent information you might get a sensible answer. As things stand, there are a number of possible treatments.

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14th Sep 2017 11:13

Or Henry the mild-mannered janitor?

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14th Sep 2017 11:45

Normally standard rated supply. Supply not an exception to the normal B2B rules.

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By Ruddles
to rae10000
14th Sep 2017 12:03

What part of "all" is causing you difficulty?

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to Ruddles
14th Sep 2017 12:23

Ruddles – I’ve just been looking through your previous answers and it seems you're often deliberately objectionable.

Going forward please can you not reply to any question I might post

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to Portia Nina Levin
14th Sep 2017 13:03

Surely determining ‘stupidity’ is relative, it’s not an absolute. It depends on many variables, not to mention the judge themselves may not be considering various obvious givens.

I’m sure we’d often disagree on what’s stupid or not.

However, most people in civilized society ignore what they consider to be stupid, so as not to be objectionable. It enables people to live nicer lives.

Doing otherwise demonstrates a degree of anger that is far too easily vented.

When you consider this is also an anonymous forum, it’s also petty pathetic.

Thank you for not commenting on my future posts.

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to rae10000
14th Sep 2017 13:36

Having stupid relatives explains so much.

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By Ruddles
to rae10000
14th Sep 2017 12:57

It's an open forum. I and no-one else will decide which posts I choose to comment on.

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to Ruddles
14th Sep 2017 13:04

lol

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25th Sep 2017 17:00

Most B2B services fall within the General Rule, and the recipient applies the Reverse Charge, as you indicate.
Except those which don't; hence the request from my colleagues to provide a little more information.

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28th Sep 2017 13:43

I see we still have a resident link monkey.

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to Portia Nina Levin
28th Sep 2017 14:04

Nice to see you back (you should set up on Youtube perhaps)! The question does not quite make sense & I think the question may have instead been about if the EU country entity subject to the RC in that country had to register there (if not already registered) and I would assume that EU entity would have to look at its country's registration limit like the UK does per the following, yes you guessed it, from the link below:

5.7 The effect on customers who are not registered for VAT

If you belong in the UK but aren’t already UK VAT registered and you receive supplies of B2B general rule services from overseas suppliers (that are treated as supplied where the recipient belongs), the value of those supplies must be added to the value of your own taxable supplies when determining whether you should be registered for UK VAT. Even if you make no taxable supplies yourself you may still be required to register if the value of general rule services received from overseas suppliers exceeds the registration thresholds.

https://www.gov.uk/government/publications/vat-notice-741a-place-of-supp...

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to Justin Bryant
28th Sep 2017 14:11

Well, the OPs already demonstrated a complete disinterest in (a) self-help and (b) providing all the relevant information. That's fine . Ta da.

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to Portia Nina Levin
09th Oct 2017 13:46

Portia

You kindly agreed to no longer reply to my posts.

I'd appreciate if you can stick to that.

Thanks

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to rae10000
09th Oct 2017 13:50

I never did!

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