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VAT Registration Handbook

VAT Registration Handbook

written by Graham Elliott
£50.00
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Introduction: An array of practical advice in relation to VAT registration issues as such, but also covering a range of related VAT topics.
Category: VAT
Publisher: Claritax Books
Publication Date: April 2014
ISBN: 9781908545473
Description: The topic of VAT registration may seem very straightforward, but in reality it can be contentious and difficult.

This little book deserves a place on the shelf of every business tax adviser. The book will quickly earn its keep by saving research time and helping to avoid VAT pitfalls.

“An excellent, practical summary of VAT registration issues.” (AccountingWeb)

Contents include:

• registration criteria;
• pros and cons of voluntary registration;
• supplies, including hidden supplies;
• “business” and “economic activity”;
• agent or principal, profit or consideration;
• business fragmentation, groups;
• de-registering;
• penalties and paperwork.
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