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    The client can claim back the VAT you charged on the mileage

    You can claim the VAT proportion of the mileage rate (unless your on the Flat Rate, where it WAS supposed to be recovered in the % VAT you retain, likely now a lot less....)

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    I've always added my expenses to my invoice and then charged VAT on top of the lot.

    The client claims back this VAT, I claim back the VAT on the actual expenses at whatever rate applies.

    And if you've done over 10000 miles in a tax year you'll only be paying yourself (the employee) 25ppm, but the client doesn't need to know this.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Eirikur View Post
    I used to claim 80% of 45p from the agency in my invoice and add 20% VAT
    Then you'd only be reimbursed 96% in total?

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