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Frequently Asked Questions on VAT

Last updated on 10 October, 2018


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What does being in a tax group imply?

Being in a tax group has the following effects:

  • Members of a tax group can make supplies and purchases with each other, for which no VAT will be charged. VAT will be applicable for transactions with entities outside of the group, however.

  • A tax group is issued only one VAT registration number, as it is registered as a single entity.

  • A tax group is only required to file one return, which includes all the supplies and purchases made by the members of the group.

  • Every tax group will have to appoint one of its members as their representative member. Every supply and purchase made by the members of the group will be under this representative member’s name.

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