Member Since: 28th Mar 2012
6th Oct 2017
But if you don't opt to tax you become Partly Exempt and will have to show HMRC that you are fully taxable.
6th Oct 2017
There are no export documents as this is an intra EU supply so as long as you have evidence the goods left the UK you need to report the sale on an ECSL and consider whether an Intrastat declaration is appropriate
11th Sep 2017
1) answer is no as Outside the Scope of UK VAT. 2) the answer is yes as the supply is Zero rated.
If all supplies Zero rated you can - but not sure why you would - request not to be registered for VAT if you exceed the threshold.
6th Sep 2017
I have 10's of these and they are registered at our business address which HMRC are happy to visit. Any correspondence from HMRC to an overseas client can take up to 6-8 weeks to get to them if they are registered at Aberdeen.
3rd Sep 2017
Zero rated goods?? ate they foodstuffs or newspapers and books - they are zero rated
30th Aug 2017
The company is supplying installed goods so VAT at 20% is applicable as the supply is in the UK. If the Germans take it back to Germany the German company can apply for a refund using the portal.
10th Aug 2017
The EU refund scheme is a separate part of the Gateway so what you do wont affect any UK VAT registration
7th Aug 2017
You will need to find a REDS agent who will help you. Google will be your friend!!
31st Jul 2017
Of course as a non resident company, company B could have appointed a tax rep, in which case company B does not need to register for Dutch VAT and the tax rep applies the Reverse Charge and then supplies the goods to company A as a supply for acquisition. In this case neither company A or B is registerable for Dutch VAT.
If you go the tortuous route then don't forget the Dutch EC Sales List and dependent on values Intrastat!!
27th Jul 2017
Ohh dear pray tell me where I am wrong. As to doing a Basil, i am sure he might accuse someone of doing a "Ruddles"