The following Value Added Tax guidance note by Tolley provides comprehensive and up to date tax information covering:
This guidance note provides a general overview main rates of climate change levy (CCL). This note should be read in conjunction with the following guidance notes:
The climate change levy (CCL) is a tax on energy delivered business consumers in the United Kingdom, such as, industry, commerce and agriculture. When it was introduced, its aim was to provide an incentive to increase energy efficiency and to reduce carbon emissions.
CCL is applied to taxable supplies of specified energy products, called taxable commodities, that are used for fuels by business consumers.
The main rates of CCL are not applied to taxable commodities that are supplied to domestic consumers and charities where the fuel is used for non-business purposes.
There is no registration threshold for CCL and if a business makes supplies of taxable commodities, including self supplies, it is required to notify HMRC and register for CCL. More information on registering can be found in the Registering for CCL guidance note.
From a VAT perspective, VAT must be levied on the value of the supply including the amount of CCL levied on the consumer. However VAT is not due on self supplies that are
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