- Can you voluntarily register for VAT in the UK to use MOSS and complete nil returns for UK sales?
- — Keiron Skillett (@Keiron)Thu, Nov 27 2014 15:35:13
- Ok... er maybe not
- — Keiron Skillett (@Keiron)Thu, Nov 27 2014 16:45:29
- — Rachel Andrew (@rachelandrew)Thu, Nov 27 2014 16:13:24Yes @HMRCgovuk are actually telling people to register for VAT but not charge UK VAT, only cross-border https://www.evernote.com/shard/s2/sh/d8b497e3-94cd-4314-97a4-6e334ef0b152/0600ccfbb7847a82efb4bca33b2b9f26 … #VATMOSS
- — Keiron Skillett (@Keiron)Thu, Nov 27 2014 16:39:16
- What about countries you didn't sell to that quarter?
- — Dawn Chorus Studio (@DawnChorusStdo)Thu, Nov 27 2014 16:47:02
- no, but yes
- Can you take a step back in technology and waste time manually sending files via email to avoid dealing with VAT?
- — Shalini (@ShaliniAustin)Thu, Nov 27 2014 15:44:39
- — John Andrews (@jmalitrg)Thu, Nov 27 2014 16:53:27
- — Balance Hypnosis (@balancehypnosis)Thu, Nov 27 2014 15:42:46@HMRCcustomers Does that mean if I go back to the dark ages and manually send a download by file transfer it is exempt?
- — Ysolda Teague (@ysolda)Thu, Nov 27 2014 16:23:26@HMRCcustomers so… if the customer has to go to a link and then click ‘download’ is that manual? what else could that even mean?!
- — Balance Hypnosis (@balancehypnosis)Thu, Nov 27 2014 16:23:30@HMRCcustomers I understand but that is total madness. Next I will be sending my digital products by carrier pigeon
- How should passwords be handled?
- — HMRCcustomers (@HMRCcustomers)Thu, Nov 27 2014 16:28:33
HMRC attempts to clarify #vatmoss