Which pm introduced vat?

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VAT was introduced in 1973 the P.M. was Edward Heath

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Who introduced VAT?

The government, it is a tax

What would be the effect if any on the calculation of VAT if cash discount was introduced?

There will be less vat.

Date when vat was introduced in Tamil nadu?

From 1St Jan 2007

Vat was introduced by whic politicol party?

The Value Added Tax (VAT) was introduced by the Conservative Party in the United Kingdom in 1973.

Why was vat introduced?

to prevent the large amount of vehicles thefts that were occurring at the time.

When was VAT introduced in UK?

1972. April 1st 1973 to be precise.

When how and why vat started in jharkhand?

The VAT stands for value-added taxation. It was introduced on April 1, 2005 as an indirect tax into the Indian taxation system. Jharkland was one state that chose to stay out of it until a later date, but has now adopted it. VAT replaced the general tax laws.

How many types of vat?

The types of VAT........ 1 ) INPUT VAT @ 4 % 2 ) INPUT VAT @ 1 % 3 ) INPUT VAT @ 12.5 % 4 ) OUTPUT VAT @ 1 % 5 ) OUTPUT VAT @ 4 % 6 ) OUTPUT VAT @ 12.5 %

Gross of vat and net of vat?

There is no such term as gross of VAT. The amount with VAT is called the gross amount while the net of VAT is the amount after the VAT has been deducted.

Is VAT really working for the government?

yes considering it was only introduced to be added on top of luxury goods which in this day and age everything is classes as a luxury.

What was v a t rate in 1973?

When VAT was introduced in 1973 it was at the rate of 10% shortly after its introduction some luxury items were raised to 25%. This was scrapped when a new rate of 15% was introduced by Thatcher in her first term in office.

What is VAT output and VAT input?

VAT that is charged by a business and paid by its customers is known as "output VAT" (that is, VAT on its output supplies). VAT that is paid by a business to other businesses on the supplies that it receives is known as "input VAT