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Partial exemption changes following Crédit Lyonnais

The Value Added Tax (Amendment) Regulations SI 2015/1978 implement VAT changes following the CJEU decision in Crédit Lyonnais. From 1 January 2016 UK businesses using the standard partial exemption method will no longer be able to recover input tax in respect of supplies made by foreign branches. Recovery may be allowed for special methods based on sectors provided the method reflects the use made of goods and services and the type of activity undertaken in each sector. Revenue & Customs Brief 22/2015 provides related guidance.

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