Last week we started a series of tax chats looking at the tax considerations for those buying commercial property. This week we turn to VAT.
It is very important to think about VAT early on. more »
We have covered MTD for income tax payers who don’t fall below a £10,000 threshold. But what of corporate taxpayers and VAT. more »
Over the last couple of months we’ve heard this comment a number of times when talking to clients and contacts. So, we thought we’d do a quick recap of some of the areas where RW VAT can help your business. more »
The announcement in the Autumn Statement allowing 6th Form Colleges to convert to academy status was a very welcome one. more »
As you may have seen in the press, the so-called ‘tampon tax’ has been getting quite a bit of attention recently. more »
Revell Ward’s Team Excel is holding a charity auction with fun and games in aid of more »
The extent to which VAT may or may not be reclaimed on costs incurred by holding companies is one of the longest running sagas in the history of VAT.
The recent Court of Justice of the European Union (CJEU) decision in the joint cases of Larentia and Minerva provides the latest chapter in this saga. more »
The extent to which the zero rate of VAT applies to charity direct mailings is something of a hot topic at the moment.
Put simply, the question is this: is a charity buying ‘a composite supply of delivered goods in the form of printed matter’,or, ‘direct marketing services’? more »
The VAT cost-sharing exemption (CSE) was formally enshrined in the UK legislation in 2012.
The aim of the legislation is to ensure that where VAT averse entities (eg those in the education and social housing sectors) choose to share resources by outsourcing certain central services, VAT does not become a disincentive. more »
Charities and other VAT-averse organisations should note the decision of the Upper Tribunal in the case of Cambridge University Endowment Fund which was released this summer.
The case concerned recovery of VAT incurred on investment management fees. more »