VAT issues:registered vs non-registered vendors and correct manner of preparing invoice by non-reg?



If a business is operating from home and provides basic bookkeeping services. Income generated is well below the VAT threshold and the client requires an invoice, what is the correct manner in which the invoice must be prepared by the bookkeeper? Client is a registered VAT vendor while bookkeeper is not.

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TaxTim TaxTim says:
3 December 2013 at 9:46

It would be a normal invoice, but cannot have the words, TAX INVOICE on it as you are not VAT registered, unfortunately your client will not be able to claim a VAT input until you register.




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