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27 Jun 2019

This guidance note provides an overview of the VAT treatment of supplies of staff. Businesses that are involved in supplying staff in the healthcare sector should read...

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27 Jun 2019

Please note that eligible NHS bodies will provide the majority of their healthcare services under statutory regulation and these activities are treated as non-business...

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27 Jun 2019

This guidance note provides an overview of what VAT can be recovered by NHS bodies on costs incurred for the purposes of their business and non-business activities. For...

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27 Jun 2019

Supplies of health and welfareGenerally speaking, supplies of services consisting of medical care or health supplies are exempt from VAT. As a result, no VAT is charged...

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27 Jun 2019

IntroductionThe supply of optical services by a qualified optician is generally considered to be for the principal purpose of protecting, maintaining or restoring the...

Latest Guidance
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Value Added Tax

This guidance note provides an overview of the VAT treatment of supplies of staff. Businesses that are involved in supplying staff in the healthcare sector should read...

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Value Added Tax

Please note that eligible NHS bodies will provide the majority of their healthcare services under statutory regulation and these activities are treated as non-business...

VAT_tax_img10
Value Added Tax

This guidance note provides an overview of what VAT can be recovered by NHS bodies on costs incurred for the purposes of their business and non-business activities. For...

VAT_tax_img8
Value Added Tax

Supplies of health and welfareGenerally speaking, supplies of services consisting of medical care or health supplies are exempt from VAT. As a result, no VAT is charged...

VAT_tax_img4
Value Added Tax

IntroductionThe supply of optical services by a qualified optician is generally considered to be for the principal purpose of protecting, maintaining or restoring the...