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This guidance note provides an overview of the rules relating to self-billing arrangements.
Under a self-billing arrangement it is the customer, rather than the supplier, who is responsible for raising the sales invoice for the supply made.
A customer can issue a self-billed invoice if the following conditions are met:
the supplier has agreed to accept self-billed invoices
the customer and supplier have a self-billing agreement in place
the customer using self-billing must meet these conditions:
he must raise self-billed invoices for all transactionswith that supplier for at least 12 months or for the duration of the contract
the self-billing document must show the supplier's name, address and VAT registration number together with all of the other VAT invoice requirements - see the Tax invoice requirements guidance note for more information
a new agreement must be created if the supplier's business transfers its business as a going concern to an new owner or the supplier changes its VAT registration number
a list containing the name, address and VAT registration number of the suppliers who have agreed to use self-billing must be maintained
self-billed VAT invoices must not be issued on behalf of suppliers who are not currently VAT registered
Self-billing is the most suitable invoicing arrangement in situations where it is easier for the customer to determine the value of a supply and / or the tax point date of the goods / services supplied.
It should be noted that if the value stated on a previous self-billed
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