Webinar "DRC (Domestic Reverse Charge) Part deux"

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Tony Talks Presents: DRC (Domestic Reverse Charge) for VAT is coming from November 2019, are you ready? Are your construction clients ready?

The new DRC rules will affect more than just building contractors and sub-contractors, if it was limited to these categories it would be bad enough.

The new reverse charge will remove VAT obligations from the supplier of any building services and impose them instead on the customer. Not as simple a process as it seems, believe me.  Therefore, these new provisions will potentially affect every VAT registered organisation that supplies or buys in any building work.  The impact will be significant, and we need to get to grips with the topic as soon as possible.

Flat Rate Scheme (FRS) users could be especially impacted and affected by the DRC so some clients need to be reviewing this as a matter of urgency.

Do clients charge VAT or apply the DRC?  The answer seems to lie in customers having to inform suppliers whether or not they are an end user and therefore whether VAT should be charged in the normal way instead of being reverse charged.

Join ICPA Chairman Tony Margaritelli and his Guest, the ICPA Vat Guru, Melanie Lord of AVS Vat to discuss the DRC and get answers to your questions.

Guest Speaker:

Melanie Lord is a Chartered Tax Advisor with over 30 years experience, initially working for HM Customs & Excise then moving on to head up the North East VAT practice for a Big Four firm before founding AVS in 1994.

At AVS VAT their focus is always on stopping VAT from being a problem by providing commercially workable solutions especially for clients faced with complex situations.


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