A practical guide for successful VAT planning that addresses the many VAT issues that practitioners encounter on a regular basis. Taking a transaction-based approach, it outlines how to make the most of the various VAT provisions and schemes for various sizes of business.
Written by the winner of the Taxation Award for 'Tax Writer of the Year 2008', this practical guide for successful VAT planning addresses the many VAT issues that practitioners encounter on a regular basis. Taking a transaction-based approach, the book outlines how to make the most of the various VAT provisions and schemes for all sizes of business. Each chapter analyses the pros and cons of various VAT positions, and this highly practical book includes worked examples and practical planning points that could help save money for clients. Tolley's VAT Planning provides workable solutions to practical VAT problems, separating key planning points from complex legislation and guiding you through an otherwise complex set of legislation, regulation and schemes.
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"Part 1: Registration issues; Registration; Deregistration; Group registration and divisional registration; Transfer of a going concern; Artificial separation of business activities; Part 2: Schemes; Cash accounting scheme; Annual accounting scheme; Flat rate scheme; Capital goods scheme; Other special schemes; Part 3: International issues; Imports of goods; Exports of goods; International services - place of supply; International services - other issues; Overseas traders and UK VAT; Part 4: Compliance; Dealing with errors; Interest and penalties; VAT inspections and appeal procedures; Impact of other taxes; Best judgement and unjust enrichment; Part 5: Zero rated and exempt supplies; Exempt outputs; Zero-rated outputs; Mixed supplies at different rates of VAT; Partial exemption - introduction; Partial exemption - special methods; Part 6: Land and property; Construction services; Property transactions - introduction; Property transactions - option to tax; DIY scheme; Pension funds; Part 7: Other matters; Supply of goods - discounts, credit notes, samples, bad debts etc; Input tax issues - non-deductible items etc; Motor and travel expenses; Supplies involving agents; Charities"
Tolley's VAT Planning 2011-12 by Neil Warren
Tolley's Tax Planning Series
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