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Get the latest on CIS legislation affecting the construction industry from 1st October 2020.

 

What is Reverse Charge VAT?

In October 2020, HMRC is introducing the Reverse Charge for VAT, which will be a major change to the way VAT is collected in the building and construction industry. This will affect companies who supply or receive specified services and associated goods and means that the end recipient of the service will account for the associated VAT. Find out more about how it effects you whether you’re a main contractor or a subcontractor.

Handy Guide to Reverse Charge VAT 

To find out more on how the Reverse Charge legislation is going to affect your business, download the guide. 

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Get up to speed on the latest legislation and make sure your business is prepared with Sage.

In this guide you'll find out more on:

  • VAT Reverse Charge: what, why, when
  • The VAT Reverse Charge Process for the Construction Industry explained 
  • When to use the Reverse: Charge Legislation 
  • How to get your construction business ready 

We want to supply you with the latest information we receive from HMRC regarding the legislation, we're updating our assets in-line with the recent changes to the go-live legislation date.

Get CIS compliant with Sage.

Join a free webinar to find out what you need to know. You'll find out what it means for your business, how to prepare and how to stay compliant with Sage.

We're here to help you with Reverse Charge legislation changes

 
Understand Domestic Reverse Charge VAT legislation and your obligations and ensure you're ready for 1st October. With a range of training from 1-2-1 sessions or Online Learning, find out more how we can help you adapt your business to the changes coming.

Call 0800 33 66 33 to speak to an expert.
 

CIS Reverse VAT news and advice

Get articles, insights and tips to help with your preparations for Reverse Charge from Sage Advice, our business blog.

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