£70 + VAT monthly OR £210 + VAT quarterly
If your taxable sales exceed the current threshold of £85,000 you may have to register for VAT.
Or, maybe your input tax is higher than your output tax and you want to claim the difference. As of 2019, VAT submissions must be made through HMRC approved accounting software.
I can help you choose the VAT scheme that is most suitable to your business and will also calculate and submit your VAT return to HMRC in time.
If you don’t know where to start, then I can help. Why not let me take care of your bookkeeping too and streamline the whole process?
The general rule of thumb is that you need to register for VAT if your taxable turnover is £85,000 or more in any 12 month rolling period. Or maybe your input tax is higher than your output tax and you want to claim the difference.
As of 2019, VAT submissions must be made through accounts software. If you don’t know where to start then we can help. You can apply for an exemption from registering for VAT if you believe that your taxable turnover will only briefly exceed the threshold i.e. you are expecting a large order next month that will take you over the threshold for VAT, but you fully believe that sales will drop in the following month.
To calculate your VAT taxable turnover, you need to add together the total value of UK sales that are not VAT exempt, including:
There are quite a few obvious reasons why any business would prefer to outsource their VAT services, here are some:
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