On Wed, Jun 28, 2000 at 11:36:27AM +0100, Niall O Broin wrote:
> Do any of you know what Dabs or Scan do W.R.T. U.K. V.A.T. if you're registered
> for V.A.T. in Ireland. They should either:
>> a) not charge U.K. V.A.T. if you provide an Irish V.A.T. number.
>> b) be registered for V.A.T. in Ireland and charge Irish V.A.T. if they do
> above a certain amount of business with Irish customers.
Our accounts people tell me that this threshold is twenty seven grand
(irish). Not a lot. You know what to do if you're feeling nasty...! :-)
> Unfortunately, some suppliers (wrongly) insist on charging U.K. V.A.T. which
> is very difficult (if not impossible) to reclaim.
Don't buy from them, then! :-)
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