The right to claim back VAT incurred often gives rise to several questions. During this session, the main VAT provisions pertaining to input VAT will be discussed, making reference to specific situations outlined in a user-friendly manner and by allowing questions from the attendees to make the session as relevant as possible.
Benefits From Course
The attendees will continue developing and improving their knowledge as to determining which VAT can be claimed back and why. Attendees will learn how to claim back VAT, ensuring that one does not overstate the amount of VAT to be claimed, avoiding penalties and interest triggered.
- Eligibility of Input Tax Credit
- Evidence of Input Tax
- Blocked Deductions
- Attribution of Input Tax and Partial Attribution
- Capital Goods Scheme
- Reductions/Credit Notes/Late invoices
Who should attend
This course is designed for all professionals, practitioners and other accounting staff members dealing with all VAT related issues including the determination of the VAT treatment/Tax codes, handling of VAT invoices and other documentation, compilation and filing of VAT returns and VAT payments.
Saviour Bezzina - Senior Manager, EY Malta
Saviour is a warranted accountant with over 10 years working in taxation, specifically on VAT. Saviour joined EY in 2006 and over the years has provided VAT consultancy services to a range of local and international clients.
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Admission fee for this session is €47.20 (incl. VAT), for a total of 3 CPE hours.
Terms and Conditions
- Entrance to all EY CPE Circuit events is strictly against payment.
- Kindly be informed that our policy is that all cancellations should be made at least 24 hours prior to the event.
Location EY Connect Centre, Regional Business Center, Achille Ferris street, Msida, Malta, MSD1751, MT
Time 14:00 - 17:15