VAT: costs or disbursements passed to customers

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 DOQ : 2020-03-15 18:03:35

How to account for VAT if you make supplies to your customers, and you pay certain costs that you pass on when you invoice them.


When you make payments on behalf of your customers, for goods or services received and used by them, you might be able to treat these payments as ‘disbursements’ for VAT purposes. This means that you:

- don’t charge VAT on them when you invoice your customer

- can’t claim back any VAT on them.

This guide explains when you should charge VAT on the costs and expenses you pass to your customers

payments like these can be treated as disbursements

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