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Summer ’19 - Day 24

Today went as hectic as any other day at the airport. We arrived early in the morning to get all the VAT done, which brings back the fact that I can’t depend on my siblings much, they had the papers filled with my brother’s passport number and my sister’s name, fortunately though, the staff at the airport were helpful enough to edit the error. 68 more words

Travel Journal

Summer ’19 - Day 23

So I stayed back today, mostly because I want my siblings to depend on themselves a bit more. The last day of our travels is usually spent by getting all the VAT done and running last minute errands. 315 more words

Travel Journal

FAAC shares N769.523b in July to Fed Govt, States and LGAs

The Federation Accounts Allocation Committee (FAAC) has shared a total of N769.523 billion to the three tiers of government for the month of July 2019. The N769.523 billion comprised revenue from Value Added Tax (VAT), Exchange Gain and Gross Statutory Revenue. 284 more words

News

Germany Considers a 19% Meat Tax to Combat Global Warming

By Eric Worrall – Re-Blogged From WUWT

Anyone here believe that global warming zealots want to stop at 19%?

Germany may introduce ‘meat tax’ to protect the environment…

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Foreign Policy

Accountant in Oakleigh

As a tax consultant in Australia, Accounting Direct offers professional and personalized advice to help you meet the legal obligations of your business. We take care of all the fiscal and accounting procedures that our clients demand. 64 more words

COMPANY VAT PENALTY CAN BE A LIABILITY OF AN “OFFICER”

A recent case before the tax tribunal saw the liability for a late VAT registration penalty being passed on to a manager of the company. HMRC have the power to impose such a penalty on an individual where (1) there is a penalty payable by the company for a deliberate failure (2) the individual on whom HMRC seek to impose liability is an “officer” of the company; and (3) the deliberate failure is attributable to that officer.

Taxation

What is a C79 and how do you account for Import VAT?

The Economic Operator Registration and Identification (EORI) scheme was implemented in the EU UK 1 July 2009. You will require an EORI number if you import from or export to countries outside of the EU. 474 more words

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