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Limited Company working for a foreign client

Discussion in 'General Forum' started by tom pat, Feb 18, 2021.

  1. tom pat

    tom pat New Member


    I am a UX Tax resident and own a limited company. I provide IT Services currently within the UK and I invoice my clients with VAT. Nice and straight forward.....

    Now i've been asked to assist a client in the caribbean remotely from the UK and unsure how i would invoice them? Would the invoice go to them and they would be billed in GBP? I assume no VAT would need to be paid as they are not in the UK? Or would i need to apply VAT as the work is being carried out in the UK? I've asked my accountant and they have not been very helpful saying they can only provide advice on UK matters... which has peeved me off a bit...

    If anyone can assist would be massive help. I've tried google but cannot find a proper collective answer on this particular scenario..


  2. Heience4

    Heience4 New Member

    I'm a newbie here. I"m so much glad to read about your company here. Thanks a lot for sharing.
  3. Lupita

    Lupita Member

  4. Heience4

    Heience4 New Member

    It looks like good info so far. I will definitely try it.

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