Exporting Services - VAT Implications
15th December 2020
Cost: £175 plus VAT per delegate
Basic VAT rules
- What are services in the VAT Context
- Supplies into the EU
- Overview of VAT across Members states: Rates and Rules
- Place of supply rules
- Nature of Different Services – e.g. Land related
- Electronically Supplied Services
- HMRC’s “Simplification” measure
-Mini One Stop Shop (MOSS)
- Statistical Reporting & European Sales Lists
- Supplies outside the EU
- Reclaim of non UK VAT
This course is for finance staff in businesses supplying services looking to develop trade into overseas markets who would benefit from a solid introduction to the VAT implications of exporting services out of the UK.
- To provide an understanding of the UK VAT rules as they impact on exporting supplies to client based overseas, services performed overseas or services delivered electronically.
- To give insight into more complex areas of VAT legislation so that potential issues can be identified at an early stage.
The round table discussion format encourages participants to share common practical concerns and experiences.
Please note that there is a maximum of 14 places for the course.
A Certificate of Attendance is available for training records/CPD purposes.
To register your interest in this course please contact firstname.lastname@example.org or 01633 415390
European VAT Court rules in favour of UK farmers - Farming UK News - FarmingUK
HMRC VAT scam returns - Enterprise Times (blog)
Amazon, eBay, blasted by MPs over VAT. It's a problem with an easy fix: Hire more staff - The Independent
Watchdog slams HMRC, Amazon over 'dismal' response to UK biz hurt by online VAT fraud - The Register
Amazon and Ebay 'profiting from fraud by sellers who dodge VAT' in the UK - BreakingNews.ie
Amazon and eBay blasted for ignoring billion-pound VAT fraud accused of killing high street shops - The Sun
Specialist VAT service provider joins MHA - Accountancy Age
The Future for VAT: Customs Bill White Paper - The National Law Review
UK budget deficit narrows as shoppers boost VAT receipts - The Guardian
UK public borrowing lower than expected in August due to strong VAT revenue - The Independent