- MemberJanuary 17, 2009 at 12:27 amquote Paul Humble:
Paul you have to charge vat if your turnover exceeds (I stand to be corrected) £67k
that’s the law for the majority of business.
most couriers are national if not international so well exceed that limit.
VAT is chargeable.
Like I already said though, if a supplier pass it on without adding to the cost, then its included, but you are still paying the vat, its just not itemised.
If they add a mark up then they have to charge and itemise the vat as the government want a share of the mark up!
I think that is the way it works
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