Member Since: 10th Nov 2010
24th Apr 2019
19th Aug 2016
A little unfair on your comment as I haven't actually taken on any paid work in relation to this. It is a small sub part of a group of companies that I am working for and from what I hear this seems to be a common issue across the board!
6th Aug 2015
It depends on the item. If it is a recharge then you have to add VAT. For example if A charges B travelling to its premises then VAT is added. If it is a good that was for B (i.e if A had paid for a computer for B) then this would be a disbursement and no VAT would be claimed on the original invoice and no VAT would be added to the sales invoice to B.
30th Mar 2015
Can you point me towards any guidance that supports this as they want proof before claiming.
10th Aug 2011
Thanks for your answers they were very helpful! I have carried back the loss and my client can expect a big tax refund. Thanks Again