Neil Warren is an independent VAT speaker, author and consultant and was a past winner of the Taxation Awards Tax Writer of the Year. He worked for HMRC for 13 years until 1997.
Neil Warren considers practical issues about the Budget announcement that the registration threshold will be frozen until at least April 2020
Many businesses might benefit from VAT deregistration. Neil Warren considers some practical issues and VAT saving tips.
A lot of trading now takes place over the internet, with three parties involved in most deals, the buyer, seller and website owner. Neil Warren considers the potential VAT challenges
Neil Warren highlights the important differences between an expense recharged by a supplier to a client for his own costs and a genuine disbursement that is not subject to VAT
Neil Warren highlights some important VAT concessions available to charities on their overheads and also the exemption on fundraising income which extends to non-profit making bodies
Neil Warren considers the partial exemption de minimis rules and how these might produce a VAT windfall for some buy-to-let landlords of residential property
Neil Warren shares his thoughts in a question and answer article on the introduction of a new category for ‘limited cost traders’ who will use a rate of 16.5% from 1 April 2017
Neil Warren provides guidance on claiming input tax on a new car, in light of four recent Tribunal cases dealing with this issue