The following Value Added Tax guidance note Produced by Tolley provides comprehensive and up to date tax information covering:
This guidance note provides an overview of the VAT implications on a customer who has not paid for a supply of goods and services. For an overview of the VAT bad debt relief provisions, see the Claiming VAT bad debt relief (BDR) guidance note.
A customer will be required to repay any VAT recovered to HMRC if the following conditions are satisfied:
the supplier has not been paid for the goods / services received
the supply was liable to VAT at either the standard or reduced rate
the debt has remained outstanding for six months after the ‘relevant date’. The relevant date is the later of:
the date the supply was made
the date that payment was required
Businesses are not required to repay VAT in the following cases:
acquisition VAT (from 1 January 2021 payable on goods acquired in Northern Ireland from EU member states)
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