Bill Lewis, Tax Consultant at BWB, has commented on HMRC’s forthcoming appeal in the Longridge Charity case, in relation to charging VAT on projects that charities consider solely for charitable purposes. HMRC argues that if the charity is charging any fees for certain projects, they should be paying VAT. Lewis comments that this is a disappointing approach, stating that “there are a lot of small organisations that [most] would consider are operating as charities, but which HMRC now says are businesses because they charge a very small rate."

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Posted on 26/06/2015 in BWB In The Media

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