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[1 Oct 2010 | No Comment | ]

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All VAT returns must now be submitted on line

HM Revenue & Customs introduced new rules in April 2010 which require businesses to submit their VAT returns online. To make the situation more complicated, the VAT bit of the combined HM Revenue & Customs is not accepting the same authorisation process as the rest of the Revenue!
As much as we would like to do this for you, we cannot, because it requires a Government …

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[29 Dec 2009 | No Comment | ]

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VAT rate updated to 17.5%

With effect from 1 Jan 2010 the VAT rate returns to the once customary level of 17.5%. It was temporarily reduced to 15% on 1 Dec 2008 as part of the government’s financial stimulus.
All VAT registered businesses will need to charge VAT at 17.5% when appropriate on invoices raised from 1 Jan 2010.
VAT returns on line – soon to be compulsory

In their recent VAT update leaflet, HM Revenue & Customs have told us that all …

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[9 Jun 2009 | No Comment | ]

VAT on line
Log in to your tax account . . .
If you don’t have a Government Gateway account yet, you can create one by following this report. If you do have one, continue working on this page.
Select “Manage Account” and work through these screens . . .

Enter our agent code including the capitals and the hyphen just like this:

It will take about 24 hours for all HMRC systems to be updated. Once that happens we will be able to submit VAT returns on your behalf.

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[8 Jun 2009 | One Comment | ]

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Doing things electronically – VAT on line

As a result of Government initiatives, particularly in 2007, a number of services can be accessed over the web provided that you have a Government Gateway username and password. It’s often a two tier system which relies on first having a Government Gateway account and then subscribing to other services.
Setting up a Government Gateway Account
Visit http://www.gateway.gov.uk/ and select Register.
It will take a few days to have everything in place and for confirmation to …