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Old 15.04.2015, 10:26
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Mwst question

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Ive searched but cant find the answer.

once the mwst free limit of 100k is reached do you have to pay mwst on the 100k plus above or only on everything above it?

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Old 15.04.2015, 10:33
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Re: Mwst question

Everything. But you don't pay MwsT, you have to charge it on top of your fees to your customers. You then deduct any MwsT you pay to suppliers on materials and services for your business and then pay the difference to the state.
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Everything. But you don't pay MwsT, you have to charge it on top of your fees to your customers. You then deduct any MwsT you pay to suppliers on materials and services for your business and then pay the difference to the state.
Thanks Grumpy,

I cant really add it on top of my clients bill. I have a small ski school and it doesnt work like that. Or maybe it can.
Thanks for taking the time to answer my question.

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Thanks Grumpy,

I cant really add it on top of my clients bill. I have a small ski school and it doesnt work like that. Or maybe it can.
Thanks for taking the time to answer my question.

Cheers
Well then include it in your costs and try to claim as much MwsT as you are entitled too on business costs. These include telephone bills, vehicle maintenance and petrol etc.... Be thankfull it's not 20% like much of Euroland.
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