VAT advice, registrations and returns to HMRC
ABG’s outsourced finance & accounting team can assist your business with VAT registration and the subsequent preparation of your VAT returns, EC sales lists and Intrastat declarations.
Our outsourced accounting team find that often the preparation of your VAT return will be a bi-product from the production of your management accounts and this forms part of the seamless service we provide for our clients.
Outsourcing your VAT return production to ABG’s specialist outsourced accounting team will also ensure that you are fully compliant with the Goverment’s “Making Tax Digital” initiative.
If you would like to consider using our outsourced accounting team to prepare your VAT returns, it is not essential that we complete your bookkeeping or produce your management accounts. Our outsourced accounting team are more than willing to help in the production of VAT Returns from your own books and records.
If you have prepared your own VAT Return inhouse our team can also carryout a “peace of mind” review prior to filing the VAT Return with HMRC, this is a service we are also very happy to be able to offer to our clients.
If you wish to speak to a member of our team about the provision of MTD compliant VAT Return completion, processing, review and filing please contact us on 020 7330 0000.
When do I have to register for VAT?
It is important that you register for VAT if your turnover* for the past 12 months exceeds £85,000, or if you believe that your turnover for the next 30 days will exceed £85,000. If your turnover is below £85,000 you are entitled to register for VAT on a voluntary basis, provided you have a genuine business.
If you would like to discuss whether you should register for VAT with us please contact one of our VAT experts at our London office on 020 7330 0000.
*Talk to us if your turnover is not made up of fully taxable supplies.
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