The following Value Added Tax guidance note Produced by Tolley provides comprehensive and up to date tax information covering:
The supply of fuel and power is treated as a supply of goods for VAT purposes. Supplies are fuel and power are normally liable to VAT at the standard rate. However, providing certain conditions are satisfied, it is possible for suppliers to charge the reduced rate of VAT on certain supplies of fuel and power.
This guidance note provides a comprehensive overview of the conditions that need to be satisfied in order for a business to supply fuel and power at the reduced VAT rate. It should be read in conjunction with the List of types of fuel and power liable to VAT at the reduced and standard rate guidance note, which provides a list of the actual products that are liable to VAT at either the reduced or standard rate.
The following customers are eligible to receive supplies of fuel and power at the reduced VAT rate:
domestic customers who use the fuel and power for domestic purposes
charities using the fuel and power for non-business purposes
relevant residential purpose properties, providing the de minimis limit is not exceeded (see below)
customers using the fuel and power for part qualifying use, where at least 60% of the fuel and power is used for qualifying purposes
Supplies of fuel and power made to private households for domestic use are liable to VAT at the reduced rate. Supplies to the following properties are also deemed to be for domestic use and therefore liable
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