UK VAT registration threshold for resident sellers will increase to £90,000

27 March 2024

From 1 April 2024, the annual UK VAT registration threshold will see its first increase in over eight years from £85,000 to £90,000. 

This VAT registration threshold only applies to UK resident businesses, as non-resident businesses are required to VAT register from the first sale they make in the country.

In the previous budget, the Chancellor of the UK had committed to hold the threshold until April 2026. However, this has changed due to the inflation spike and fiscal drag bringing many more small businesses into the VAT net.

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