Help and support for charging VAT
Date: Thursday 10th September 2020
Time: 10:30am – 11:30am
VAT can be a confusing topic for many Startup companies. Not all companies need to register for VAT and there are different guidelines for certain industries. Our masterclass focuses on when and why you need to register and what you need to do once you’re registered for VAT.
Join Chartered Accountant, Tom Francis, for an exclusive webinar to learn about the VAT system in Ireland and how to charge VAT on your goods or services.
Your host, Chartered Accountant Tom Francis FCCA
Join Tom as he discusses the ins and outs of VAT registration, processing and reporting.
Our Startup Masterclasses are free for clients of Accountant Online. Talk to us if you want more information about our Company Formation and Accountancy Services in Ireland.
What you'll learn
VAT registration process
When and how to register for VAT in Ireland
When you register for VAT, you need to add VAT to your goods and services. You also need to file VAT returns bi-monthly.
What rate of VAT should you charge
There are different rates of VAT depending on the industry your company is in.
How to create a VAT invoice
How to prepare a VAT invoice for Revenue Commissioner.
Consequences for non-compliance with VAT leglislation
Late filing and payment of VAT can result in your company paying interest to tax liability. You could also incur a fine of up to €4,000 if you fail to register for VAT when you are legally required to do so.
Revenue has a mini-one-stop-shop (MOSS) scheme that offers a simplification of the VAT process. Although it is used to remove administration burden, there are certain guidelines around the use of VAT MOSS which should be understood before registering.