In Revenue Updates

As an Irish VAT registered business owner, at times you may incur VAT in another EU Member State. That VAT is not claimed as part of your usual Irish VAT return.

It might be worth reviewing the amount of VAT incurred and decide whether or not it is worth making a claim to get the VAT back.

You must apply for the refund before the 30th of September 2017 for the calendar year 1 January 2016 to 31 December 2016.

If there is tax to claim back and it’s worth more than the administration cost, then being conscious of the deadline is key.

Don’t miss the opportunity.

Let your accountant know early if you plan to make a return so they have it on their work schedule too!

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If you have questions in relation to the above, feel free to contact me.

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