Value Added Tax (VAT) recovery is a matter of great significance for businesses; therefore it is crucial to understand the correct procedures for ensuring successful recovery. Businesses can recover their incurred VAT through either their VAT return or by submitting a refund claim.
The deadline for submitting claims under the 8th Directive is rapidly approaching on 30 September 2023. Failing to meet this deadline could result in the rejection of your claim, emphasising the importance of thorough preparation in handling VAT recovery for your business.
To streamline the process and alleviate complexities associated with VAT compliance, utilising the services of a reputable provider like Sovos is highly recommended. By choosing Sovos, you gain access to language capabilities and valuable resources that facilitate your VAT compliance workload.
Participate in Sovos’ VAT expert-led session to enhance your understanding of the following key aspects:
- The methods to pursue VAT recovery
- Internal reference: VAT recovery services generally refer to refund claims
- The two directives that aid in VAT recovery
- Recoverable VAT: Expenses incurred abroad with local VAT charged