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The following Value Added Tax guidance note Produced by Tolley provides comprehensive and up to date tax information covering:

  • Reduced VAT rate ― supplies of energy-saving materials
  • Energy-saving materials
  • What is residential accommodation?
  • What energy-saving products are included?
  • Damp proofing
  • What constitutes ‘installation’?
  • Changes to the scope of the reduced rate for energy-saving materials
  • Background
  • 2019 changes
  • Installing energy-saving materials with ancillary supplies
  • More...
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