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Removal of zero-rated VAT for approved alterations to Listed Buildings

In his March 2012 Budget, the Chancellor announced that the benefit of zero rating for VAT on approved alterations to listed buildings would be removed with effect from 1 October 2012. The VAT treatment of alterations to listed buildings is to be brought in line with that of repairs and maintenance, namely all construction materials[…] Read more »

Record keeping for busineses and what is a proper VAT invoice

On 3 February 2012, HM Revenue & Customs (HMRC) suspended its Business Records Checks (BRC) trial following a review. However, in summer 2012, the full-scale revamped programme commenced. Businesses considered to be at higher-risk of keeping inadequate records will initially be contacted by HMRC, by phone or letter, and asked about their business records. From[…] Read more »