If you’re building, converting or renovating your own home and need help dealing with VAT, then you need my book:
VAT for DIY property developers will soon be issued in print on Amazon @ £17.
I’ll be posting the publication date in the next few days. Watch out for the latest news!
And if you’re developing for commercial sale or lease, or if you’re a contractor, follow the the link to get your print copy of my book “VAT for residential property developers and contractors”.
Do you need help with VAT?
Whether you’re starting out or just need a bit of a refresher about specific VAT subjects, you’ll find a lot of useful stuff on this site about all things related to VAT; from technical articles to practical advice.
How we can help:
• First, see if you can find the information you need on the website on the menu menu along the top of this page. Use the search facility or the glossary for the subject you need.
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• Use our “Ask a question” facility – see below.
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I’ll be discussing some of the most important technical issues in this section.
This time, I’ve explained the difference between the zero-rate, exempt, exempt with credit and why it matters so much.