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The Essential Guide to UK VAT and International Trade    

Quick Links Full-Day Course | 289 + VAT

This course explains how a UK organisation should account for VAT on its transactions of goods and services with overseas customers and suppliers.  This course will lead to more efficient handling of international VAT within your organisation, reducing the risks of fines and penalties. Whats more, your greater understanding will help you maximise VAT reclaims and improve cash flow.


Course Dates

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04 July 2017 - PM/PM -Online - Worldwide
06 July 2017 - Full Day -Norwich - Norwich City Football Club
12 July 2017 - Full Day -Brighton - Varley Park
13 July 2017 - Full Day -London - Hamilton House
19 July 2017 - Full Day -Liverpool - 54 St James Street
20 September 2017 - Full Day -London - 12 Bloomsbury Square
17 October 2017 - Full Day -Nottingham - Nottingham Conference Centre
18 October 2017 - Full Day -London - 46 New Broad Street
14 November 2017 - Full Day -Cardiff - Cardiff Metropolitan University
16 November 2017 - Full Day -Oxford - Sad Business School
21 November 2017 - Full Day -Birmingham - Colmore Gate
22 November 2017 - PM/PM -Online - Worldwide
22 November 2017 - Full Day -Edinburgh - Edinburgh Training Centre
28 November 2017 - Full Day -Manchester - Meeting Place
28 November 2017 - Full Day -London - Hamilton House
28 November 2017 - Full Day -Southampton - Solent Conference Centre
05 December 2017 - Full Day -Cambridge - The Pitt Building
07 December 2017 - Full Day -Leeds - Cloth Hall Court


Course Overview

The course will help people understand the major effects that international transactions of goods and services can have upon the VAT administration of a UK organisation and clearly illustrates the procedures and controls that should be implemented to comply with the requirements.

The course will demonstrate how to correctly account for VAT on the acquisition and despatch of goods between EU countries and on the export and import of good to and from non-EU countries.

The seminar also addresses the issues associated with international services, such as place of supply, VAT liability and the reverse charge.

Delegates will also be guided through the key administrative tasks involved with international trade - including the VAT Return, the EC Sales List and Intrastat.

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Course Times:

Classroom: 09:30 - 17:00

Live Online: Delivered in two sessions on consecutive days.
Starts: 13:30 Ends: 16:30

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Extra Benefits:

  • An exclusive eBook, 'UK VAT and International Trade - the Complete Guide', only available to delegates 
  • A Seminar Pack containing the information presented on the day
  • A Certificate of Attendance

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What Will You Learn?

  • What is the VAT treatment on the sale of goods to a VAT-registered person in another EU country?
  • What is acquisitions tax and how does it work?
  • How is VAT accounted for when you transfer your own goods to another EU country?
  • What is a distance sale and how do you account for them?
  • What happens when goods are also installed or assembled?
  • How do triangular transactions work?
  • What is the VAT treatment of an export to a non-EU country?
  • What evidence is needed when goods are exported?
  • What is import VAT and can you reclaim it?
  • What is the Duty Deferment System?
  • When can import VAT be suspended or reduced?
  • What information should be included on an Intrastat form?
  • How do you complete the EC Sales List?
  • What is the general rule for supplies of international services?
  • How do you determine the place of supply?
  • How does a business establishment differ from a fixed establishment?
  • What is the reverse charge procedure?
  • What are the exceptions to the general rules for services?
  • What is the place of supply for land related services?
  • How is VAT accounted for on transport services?
  • How have the rules for digital services changed?
  • How does the VAT Mini One Stop Shop work?
  • How do you reclaim VAT incurred on expenses in another EU country?

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Course Presenters:

This course is delivered by one of our expert VAT presenters, who will guide you through the course content and answer questions particular to you or your organisation during the day.

Kevin Guy:
Kevin is a Chartered Accountant and he has his own accountancy practice.  With his vast knowledge and experience he can readily help people resolve Accounting, VAT and Company Administration issues.

Liz Maher
Liz worked for HM Customs and Excise and Ernst and Young before setting up Centurion VAT Specialists Ltd. As well as providing support for clients she also delivers training and is a regular VAT speaker at events for the AAT, ICAEW, ACCA and CIMA.

Stephen Pope
Stephen is a VAT Specialist at Fiscal Solutions. He is responsible for the preparation and processing of VAT returns, Intrastat reporting, EC Sales Lists and the submission of VAT claims in various EU Countries.

Eric Miller
Eric is an independent Chartered Tax Adviser (CTA/AIIT qualified) specialising in Indirect Tax with over 24 years experience of VAT, Customs, Excise and other indirect tax.  He has excellent experience of dealing with complicated issues and providing indirect tax advice drawing on his experience in practice and HMRC.

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Course Cost:

The price to attend this full day course is 289 per person and is exclusive of VAT and includes the course material, tea/coffee on arrival, mid-morning tea/coffee and mid-afternoon tea/coffee.



 
   
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