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Did you know you can choose which VAT Scheme you use to report VAT? There are several to choose from and it is worth considering which one is best for your business and for your cash flow. …
The VAT registration threshold will remain at £85,000 for the next two years until April 2020.  Businesses with sales of £85,000 in a 12 month period must become VAT registered unless their sales are exempt from VAT.   But if you are VAT registered and your income falls below the VAT deregistration threshold of £83,000 you can voluntarily deregister for VAT. …
Making Tax Digital for Business, now known as MTDfB, will begin in April 2019 but that doesn't mean you can forget it until then.  Now is the time to start thinking about what you need to do in your business to meet the new reporting requirements. MTDfB starts with businesses which are…
From 13th January 2018 HMRC will no longer accept payment of taxes by personal credit card and prior to that, from 15th December 2017, payments will not be able to be made through the Post Office. Payments can be made to HMRC by:…
There are lots of things to remember about VAT when you are VAT registered.  Here are ten things about VAT which you may not know. …
The VAT threshold for 2017-18 is £85,000 which means that if your business has taxable sales equal to or above this amount over a 12 month period you must register for VAT.  For example if these sales from April to March total £80,000 you do not need to register for VAT but if the taxable sales from May to April, just one month later, total £85,000 or more you must register for VAT. Taxable sales are goods or services you sell which have a tax rate of 0% or 20%.  If you sell goods or services which are exempt or outside the scope of VAT then you do not need to register for VAT.…
All growing businesses will become VAT registered. It is not daunting. You just need to become organised with your record keeping and remember your VAT return deadlines. So what should you know about becoming VAT registered? …
As your business grows there will come a time when you will need to register for VAT. In 2016-17 if your turnover reaches the threshold of £83,000 within a 12 month rolling period you have 30 days in which to register for VAT to avoid a penalty. Many businesses keep their turnover below the threshold…
The Chancellor's Autumn Statement announced a change to the Flat Rate VAT Scheme which many small businesses use to simplify their VAT record keeping. …
If you are a VAT registered business you should always be prepared for a VAT inspection. Do you keep your accounts records up to date so you can instantly lay your hands on the paperwork the VAT Inspector is asking for?…
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