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    I've just been going through some invoices and noticed that from one company I've been charged vat on the postage charge. I don't know much about vat but is that right?
    http://www.samigailsgifts.co.uk/
    Handmade personalised gifts for all occasions created by the art of pyrography
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    Wether its right/legal or not I dont know.But I have certainly bought from places that add on vat after the postage has been added.
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    • #3
      I would have thought that VAT should be added on after the postage.
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      • #4
        thanks all.
        I only queried it as a lot of places I've ordered from don't seem to have added vat to the postage, just the items I was buying.
        http://www.samigailsgifts.co.uk/
        Handmade personalised gifts for all occasions created by the art of pyrography
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        • #5
          Yes, it's right.

          When you buy stamps, IIRC, there is no VAT on the postage.

          Any VAT registered retailer / supplier must add VAT onto the entire bill rather than just the VATable elements.

          e.g. if I buy a train ticket for £10 (I wish!) there is £0 of VAT on it. If I then charge this to my client, I invoice for £10 + VAT since I am VAT registered, so £10.15.

          HTH,

          MrS
          It's never too late to gyrate!

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