The following Value Added Tax guidance note by Tolley provides comprehensive and up to date tax information covering:
This guidance note provides an overview of the main rules relating to partial exemption. Partial exemption calculations are covered in the following guidance notes:
There are specific terms used in connection with exempt supplies and partial exemption. A glossary of the commonly used terms can be found in the Partial exemption glossary guidance note.
Please note that partial exemption does not deal with private supplies. Businesses cannot recover VAT incurred on costs associated private activities and any input tax should normally be apportioned between business and private activities before a partial exemption calculation is undertaken. However, since January 2011, a business can agree a combined partial exemption method that covers non-business and exempt activities with HMRC.
See ‘Partial exemption for different industry sectors’ by Gary Campbell in Tax Journal, Issue 1094, 23 (30 September 2011) (subscription sensitive).
For an overview of the main partial exemption rules, see the Flowchart ― partial exemption.
HMRC’s published guidance on partial exemption can be found in Notice 706 and their Partial Exemption manuals.
A business that makes both taxable and exempt supplies is partly exempt.
For these purposes, taxable supplies include the following:
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