In UK if a business owner is registered for VAT, then whenever it supplies goods or services to someone else who is also registered for VAT, the supplier must give the customer a VAT invoice. If the business is VAT registered, you can normally only reclaim VAT on purchases made for your business when you have a valid VAT invoice for the purchase. A VAT invoice shows certain VAT details of a sale or other supply of goods and services. It can be either in paper or electronic form. A VAT-registered customer must have a valid VAT invoice from the supplier in order to claim back the VAT they have paid on the purchase for their business.
This free VAT service invoice form is formatted using UK currency symbol '?', but you can easily change it to the currency type you like. To do this, first unprotect the Invoice worksheet, and then drag your mouse to select all the cells for which you want to change their format. Then, right-click one of the selected cells and choose Format Cells. On the Number tab of the Format Cells dialog box, choose 'Currency' in the 'Category' list, and then choose the proper currency symbol from the 'Symbol' drop-down list. You can further customize the format by choosing 'Custom' from the 'Category' list.
This VAT invoice template is a service invoice that can be used by companies to invoice customers upon completion of predetermined work or project, such as consultants, advisers, solicitors and many other small businesses that provides services to their customers.
The invoice form has 4 columns on the printable invoice body: Description, Price, VAT, and Line Total. The VAT is calculated automatically based on the Price and the VAT Rate that is placed outside the print area and manually editable on a per-item basis. In case you have fixed VAT rate for all the invoicing items, you fixed the VAT Rate and lock the cells so that you don't need to edit them again.
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