If you are VAT registered, you must keep certain business records and VAT records of your sales and purchases.
At the end of each VAT period - usually every three months - you need to fill in a VAT return. A VAT return tells HM Revenue and Customs how much VAT you charged to your customers, how much VAT you paid to your suppliers and the amount of VAT you must pay to or reclaim from HM Revenue and Customs.
We provide services to our clients in such key areas as:
Ø Preparation of VAT Returns including filing online
Ø VAT advice on all aspects of VAT
Ø VAT registration and deregistration
VAT returns must be filed and any VAT owed paid by the due date. Failure to do so can lead to a surcharge of a percentage of the unpaid VAT. The percentage of unpaid VAT charged will rise if filing or payments continue to be late.
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