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03.06.2019: VAT registered from 1st July 2019

I'm pleased to announce that Dunnell Accounting will be VAT registered from 1st July 2019, this is due to our turnover hitting the threshold. This is great news for me as it means we have grown considerably, I started the business with no clients nearly 6 years ago and we now have over 160 clients! This growth has been purely organic and pretty much all from recommendations, so thank you! Without all of your kind words to your friends, family and peers this would not have been possible and I'm extremely grateful to your all. 

What this means for you, our clients: 

All our charges will now be plus VAT (current rate of 20%), your base fees will remain the same and the VAT will be added on top. 

Monthly payments will automatically increase on 1st July 2019, you will also start to receive VAT invoices from us so that you can claim the input tax back if applicable. 

Clients who pay periodically on invoice then the VAT will be added to your invoice and sent to you as required. 

If you have any questions, queries or concerns regarding this change then please do contact me at your earliest convenience. 

Very Best 

Mel x 


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