Does "onboard" or "on-board" mean "board" or perhaps "get on"? I would have thought that the correct terms would be to participate or take part in the trial.
Apart from this strange terminology, I concur with this post.
"when mandation comes arrives in 2020"
The following message is for all who believe this will happen:
"I have come into possession of a fine bridge over the river Thames next to the Tower of London. Offers please to....."
How do they define a transaction?
General derogatory political comment does not belong in this forum.
But you have to use your fingers.
In most cases, the value of an outside the scope output must be £nil. A transaction may have a value but if it is outside the scope of VAT how can it be included in the definition of an output?
Consequently this can only refer to the values of specific outside the scope invoices which are already required to be included in the return outputs total. (e.g. services invoiced to a business which does not belong in the EU).
Porcine aviation alert!
"Cloud advocate with a pragmatist eye."
Says it all, doesn't it.
Are you sure that's Kate Upton?