1. Mark W
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    A question about charging

    Discussion in 'Publishing' started by Mark W, Sep 28, 2010.

    Hello all,

    I have just arrived, hpope you don't mind if I fire a question straight away...

    I am VAT registered and have just written a script for an overseas client (not EC). Do I charge them VAT?

    I have tried HMRC's site and am no wiser, is anyone else in this situation?

    Many thanks

    Mark
     
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    no but might be worth phoning your local tax office - I know ours were great with questions like that when we had our business. Having a computer consultancy/repair etc we had a couple of overseas clients can't remember what we did for VAT, we always included in our block price anyway so overseas clients paid the same.
     
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    As a pure guess, the reasonable procedure seems to be you charging the VAT and them reclaiming it. But I have no idea on how would they be able to do so.
     

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