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juhinglys: Although tourists and certain other people can claim VAT or vat once they return back to their own country simply by showing the original vat invoice displaying the vat rate and vat amount, businesses have to furnish many more details before...

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juhinglys saved this page on 02/21/2014 11:52am

Although tourists and certain other people can claim VAT or vat once they return back to their own country simply by showing the original vat invoice displaying the vat rate and vat amount, businesses have to furnish many more details before they are able to be eligible for a a refund. In the event you too have imported services or goods from a member EU country to the UK and also have already paid vat in that country then to prevent double taxation and lower your costs, you should surely have a vat refund. Although you may not be able to directly deduct the vat amount as part of your next vat return, you can surely claim vat back from the country of origin provided you follow their vat rules.

jenny2014 saved this page on 02/21/2014 11:58am

Although tourists and certain other individuals can claim VAT or vat once they return back to their country simply by showing the original vat invoice displaying the vat rate and vat amount, businesses have to furnish a lot more details before they can be eligible for a reimbursement. If you too have imported services or goods originating from a member EU country into the UK and have already paid vat in the country then to prevent double taxation and lower your costs, you should surely apply for a vat refund. Even though you might not be in a position to directly deduct the vat amount in your next vat return, you can surely claim vat back from the country of origin provided you follow their vat rules.

markg66 saved this page on 02/25/2014 09:57am

Although tourists and certain other people can claim VAT or vat once they go back in order to their country simply by showing the original vat invoice displaying the vat rate and vat amount, businesses have to furnish a lot more details before they are able to be eligible for a reimbursement. If you too have imported services or goods from a member EU country to the UK and also have already paid vat in that country then in order to avoid double taxation and reduce your costs, you should surely have a vat refund. Even though you might not be able to directly deduct the vat amount in your next vat return, you can surely claim vat back from your country of origin provided you follow their vat rules.

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nadersoele saved this page on 03/01/2014 01:40am

Although tourists and certain other people can claim VAT or vat when they go back to their own country simply by showing the initial vat invoice displaying the vat rate and vat amount, businesses need to furnish many more details before they are able to be eligible for a reimbursement. If you too have imported services or goods from a member EU country into the UK and have already paid vat in that country then in order to avoid double taxation and lower your costs, you should surely apply for a vat refund. Even though you may not be able to directly deduct the vat amount in your next vat return, you can surely claim vat back from your country of origin provided you follow their vat rules.

socawrdmessa saved this page on 03/02/2014 10:07am

Although tourists and certain other people can claim VAT or value added tax once they return back to their own country by simply showing the original vat invoice displaying the vat rate and vat amount, businesses need to furnish many more details before they are able to be eligible for a a refund. In the event you too have imported goods or services originating from a member EU country to the UK and have already paid vat in the country then to prevent double taxation and reduce your costs, you ought to surely apply for a vat refund. Although you might not be able to directly deduct the vat amount as part of your next vat return, you may surely claim vat back from the country of origin provided you follow their vat rules.

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dostibilof saved this page on 03/02/2014 10:07am

Although tourists and certain other individuals can claim VAT or vat when they go back to their country simply by showing the original vat invoice displaying the vat rate and vat amount, businesses need to furnish many more details before they are able to qualify for reimbursement. If you too have imported services or goods originating from a member EU country to the UK and have already paid vat in the country then in order to avoid double taxation and reduce your costs, you ought to surely apply for a vat refund. Even though you may not be able to directly deduct the vat amount as part of your next vat return, you can surely claim vat back from the country of origin provided you follow their vat rules.

sonaskate saved this page on 03/02/2014 10:08am

Although tourists and certain other individuals can claim VAT or value added tax when they go back to their country by simply showing the original vat invoice displaying the vat rate and vat amount, businesses need to furnish many more details before they are able to qualify for a refund. If you too have imported goods or services from a member EU country to the UK and have already paid vat in the country then in order to avoid double taxation and reduce your costs, you ought to surely have a vat refund. Even though you may not be able to directly deduct the vat amount in your next vat return, you may surely claim vat back from the country of origin provided you follow their vat rules.

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basolerry saved this page on 03/02/2014 10:08am

Although tourists and certain other people can claim VAT or vat once they return back to their country by simply showing the initial vat invoice displaying the vat rate and vat amount, businesses need to furnish many more details before they can be eligible for a a refund. If you too have imported goods or services from a member EU country to the UK and have already paid vat in that country then in order to avoid double taxation and lower your costs, you ought to surely apply for a vat refund. Although you may not be in a position to directly deduct the vat amount in your next vat return, you can surely claim vat back from your country of origin provided you follow their vat rules.

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