Non-life insurance/reinsurance will also qualify for standard rate
VAT, but life insurance/reinsurance will be exempt.
On the other hand, the supply of the musical performances may also be regarded as falling under the scope of the exception to the zero-rating rule, and therefore be subject to VAT at the standard rate
. It can be contended that the musical performances are supplied to third parties, rather than the intended recipient of educational services, i.e., the students.
Then, when this five-year period is up, the vehicle will be taxed at the standard rate
- PS140, PS130 or nothing.
These will include service charges, cleaning services and utility charges which will all attract VAT at the standard rate
of 5 per cent, and accordingly the associated costs of renting or owning a real property will increase and should be budgeted for in assessing the affordability of real property transactions, whether for renting or for owning.
He said that SRB shall now pursue the assigned target of Rs.78 billion for the year 2016-17 and it expect to achieve the said target representing 28 per cent growth over the target of 2015-16 despite the further reduction in the standard rate
of tax from 14 per cent in 2015-16 to 13 per cent on 2016-17.
Under this scheme, while you can charge your customer the standard rate
of VAT at 20%, you pay HMRC VAT at a reduced rate that is specific to your type business.
Take 10 percent of the airspeed plus five to get the approximate bank angle of a standard rate
From this Friday, June 13, it will be illegal to provide a premium-rate number for a customer service line and it will also be a legal requirement for businesses, which offer a complaints or queries phone service to the public, to instead provide a standard rate
or freephone number.
As of yesterday the standard rate
VAT in Cyprus increased by 1.0 per cent to 19 per cent, as part of a series of obligations, included in the e1/410 billion bailout the island agreed with its international lenders in March last year.
As of Monday the value added tax (VAT) standard rate
in Cyprus will increase by 1% to 19%, as part of a series of obligations, included in the e1/410 billion bailout the island agreed with its international lenders in March last year (EC, ECB and the IMF).
It is a fixed rate of 3.94 per cent until November 30, 2016 followed by the standard rate
, 3.99 per cent.