UK Ltd, a customer from UK and taxes

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I have UK Ltd. I myself am not a resident of UK.

When I have a customer from UK, who's a resident of UK -- does this change anything in terms of taxes? As opposed to a customer from any other country.
 
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You don't need to register for UK vat if your turnover is under 85k
Registering for and charging VAT - are 2 different things. Aren't they?
I may register for VAT after $100 and nobody will be able to prevent me.

The question is when to begin to charge VAT, and for what types of customers. And whether something changes in case my customer is a UK resident.
 

fshore

Entrepreneur
Registering for and charging VAT - are 2 different things. Aren't they?
I may register for VAT after $100 and nobody will be able to prevent me.

The question is when to begin to charge VAT, and for what types of customers. And whether something changes in case my customer is a UK resident.
If you register then you have to charge vat.
You don't need to register for UK vat if your turnover is under 85k
It's not 100% clear, as if the company is not regarded as established in the UK then there is no threshold. The definition of established in the UK is not the same as tax resident or incorporated in the UK.
 

fshore

Entrepreneur
If you register then you can deduct incoming VAT (that you pay to your suppliers), so of course you also need to charge VAT if you are registered. I couldn't find exactly where this is written in HMRC websites, but there are some more info here:
 

fshore

Entrepreneur
The question is when to begin to charge VAT, and for what types of customers. And whether something changes in case my customer is a UK resident.
You charge vat on all sales to all UK customers (also companies) after you've registered for vat, as long as your product is subject to vat, and the place of supply is the UK.
You should check on place of supply of services for further details.

 
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