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HMRC has published a Brief on the VAT treatment of property search fees charged by solicitors and other conveyancers (Brief 6 2020). The Brief announces the withdrawal with effect from 1 December 2020 of an “informal” concession that since 1991 has enabled solicitors to treat fees for postal searches as disbursements, even though they do
Originally published by Bloomberg Tax Reproduced with permission. Published February 25, 2020. Copyright R 2020 The Bureau of National Affairs, Inc. 800-372-1033. For further use, please visit: http://www.bna.com/copyright-permission-request In Part 2 of his article, VAT specialist Terry Dockley discusses the the EU “quick fixes” relating to proof of transport and chain transactions. He also outlines
1 What is the “golden brick”? The golden brick is a device for transforming a standard-rated or exempt supply of land or buildings into a zero-rated supply of a partly completed dwelling, or other building qualifying for zero-rating. 2 Why would you use the golden brick? You might use it where: The person buying the
Originally published by Bloomberg Tax Reproduced with permission. Published February 19, 2020. Copyright R 2020 The Bureau of National Affairs, Inc. 800-372-1033. For further use, please visit: http://www.bna.com/copyright-permission-request In a two-part article, VAT specialist Terry Dockley reviews the EU “quick fixes” which are intended to address four VAT issues. He considers when they will apply,