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  • Tax Breaks - VAT on employee benefits - can you avoid it?
    You can reclaim the VAT you pay on purchases which you then pass on as benefits in kind to your employees. However, when you supply them you’ll usually have to account to HMRC for VAT as if you were making a normal sale; how can you legitimately avoid this extra cost?
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  • Tax Breaks - VAT on the move
    It's not uncommon for businesses to recruit key employees from other parts of the country. Meeting their relocation costs can be expensive, but if it's done in the right way at least you'll be able to reclaim the VAT. What's involved?
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  • Tax Breaks - Mobile VAT
    The Taxman will allow you one mobile phone as a tax and NI-free benefit-in-kind. But he's less generous when it comes to VAT. He'll usually allow you to reclaim this in proportion to your business use. But we've found a sneaky way around his rules.
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  • Tax Breaks - Furnish yourself with a VAT saving
    A business can only reclaim VAT on the purchase of items it uses in its business. The Taxman says that buying an asset, such as a sofa or TV, for personal use by a director doesn't qualify. But if your company charges you a nominal rent for using the asset, will the arrangement now be part of its business and so allow it to reclaim the VAT?
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