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Our company is registered in GB, but we also have a permanent address in Northern Ireland.
We are purchasing goods from Italy to be delivered directly to Northern Ireland, the goods will be used in Northern Ireland and won’t leave. When the supplier enters our XI number into their system it shows the company being registered in GB (which is correct) and they therefore want to charge VAT.
Can you confirm that because these goods are being delivered and used in Northern Ireland that no VAT should be charged?
We have 2 offices, one in England & another in Northern Ireland. We need to send some computer equipment to Northern Ireland (where our IT department are based). Can you help with the below?
- How do we value this equipment if we are not selling/buying. It is a transfer from one office to another, both within the same Limited company.
- We do not have the original commerical documents from when the equipment was bought (pre-Brexit), therefore we do not know the country of origin, can we get around this?
- I'm fine with taking an educated guess of the commodity code, is this fine? Again we do not have the original documents from when it was bought to clarify.
Thanks in advance,