UK VAT registration threshold frozen until 2020

30 November 2017

As announced in the October 2017 Autumn budget, the UK VAT registration threshold will remain frozen at £85,000 for resident businesses until 2020.

This registration threshold only applies to resident companies, as non-resident companies must immediately VAT register if they are undertaking taxable sales in the UK.


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