1 answer

Peter Connor Staff October 2, 2016

We can register you for VAT on Bullet. Please provide the following.
1) You VAT number.
2) The date the government registered you for VAT.
3) Your company name.
4) The email you use to manage that company in Bullet.

  1. david.kivleh October 2, 2016
  2. Peter Connor October 2, 2016
    Great - We'll get that done for you and will let you know when it's ready. We usually do it overnight.
    Thanks Pete
  3. david.kivleh October 2, 2016
    no problem. thanks.
  4. david.kivleh October 2, 2016
    just sending this on again. not sure if it was processed yet? Doesnt seem to be.
  5. david.kivleh October 2, 2016
  6. david.kivleh October 2, 2016
    Hi, sorry to annoy but was just checking in on the progress of this request? Thanks.
  7. Peter Connor October 2, 2016
    Hi David,
    I'm sorry but that slipped through the net. We've actually built a feature to allow people do it manually which is due to go live.
    But, that's no excuse. I'm sorry about that, my fault completely. I'll do it this weekend for you and let you know. I've made a note to follow up.
  8. david.kivleh October 2, 2016
    No problem Pete, these things happen.
  9. Peter Connor October 2, 2016
    That's terrible - we normally do it that night. Sorry again.
  10. Peter Connor October 2, 2016
    Cool. Thanks
  11. Peter Connor October 2, 2016
    Hi David,

    Just to follow up as promised - that VAT migration is scheduled for tonight.


  12. Peter Connor October 2, 2016
    That's done for you now David. Apologies again for the delay.
  13. david.kivleh October 2, 2016
  14. david.kivleh October 2, 2016
    Hey Guys, Quick VAT related question...Im currently contracting in IT and have been receiving payments for last couple of months. Just got VAT registered as you know. Ive been holding off on creating the invoices for these payments until the VAT was sorted. Now that it is sorted I see my client has made a 'vat only' payment into my account. I'm going to now create these old invoices, the ones that have been paid since VAT reg date. Is it best for me to create these with the vat included (even though the VAT part of the payment wasnt actually paid until this week, or should I set VAT to 0% on these invoices and create a new VAT Only invoice to record this VAT payment? I noticed in the 'create invoice' there is no 'VAT Only invoice' option, so I'm thinking the former is the way to go??
  15. Peter Connor October 2, 2016
    Vat invoices for the time you've been Vat registered.
    If ask your client to pay you the Vat and issue him a full vat invoice he can claim the Vat back.
    Zero Vat isn't the same as no Vat. If you've an accountant ask them how to handle that. I'm not sure.
    All invoices will be tracked now for your VAT return.
  16. david.kivleh October 2, 2016
    okay, ya no problem.
  17. david.kivleh October 2, 2016
  18. Peter Connor October 2, 2016
    let me know how you get on. You can put two payments against the one invoice.
  19. david.kivleh October 2, 2016
    great point. think I'll do it that way. record the VAT part of the payment as a separate payment on each of the invoices. nice one. cheers.
  20. david.kivleh October 2, 2016
    Hey Guys, Another Question, sorry! Just working through some issues caused by VAT registration delay. I have a client that I invoiced (no vat included in invoice) back in July. They paid back then, it was only for a small amount (less than 300 Euro). I've since been VAT registered from July 1st. They have informed me that they have already submitted their VAT returns in September. What should I do in this instance?? - I haven't submitted my returns yet for July/August as I first want to sort this issue. Is it okay for me to leave the invoice as it is and not pay VAT for it!? Will this get me in trouble? Should I be sending them on an Invoice just for VAT amount - I'm conscious not to cause any conflict with them on this - would be happy to pay the VAT owed out of our own accounts if that's even possible!
  21. Peter Connor October 2, 2016
    Hi David
    I'm not to sure to be honest. It's really a call for an accountant, and we're not accountants.
    To be honest for an amount of €300 I wouldn't worry too much about it.
  22. david.kivleh October 2, 2016
    Fair enough, will check with them.
  23. Peter Connor October 2, 2016
    Nobody pays the correct amount of tax there are lots of errors.
    Revenue just make sure you're not trying to cheat it.

Please login or Register to Submit Answer