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VAT changes for construction services

VAT in the construction sector

The way in which VAT is charged on construction services will change in 2019, as a result of new anti-fraud rules. Around half of UK construction businesses are expected to be affected and have a year to prepare.

We are delighted to invite you to a breakfast seminar where our VAT experts will provide an overview of the changes, the issues to be aware of and how to prepare.

There will also be practical examples and the opportunity to network with other construction contacts.


Menzies VAT Seminar dates:

Tuesday 20th November 2018 – 8:15-10:00am

Menzies LLP, Lynton House, 7-12 Tavistock Square, WC1H 9LT
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Wednesday 21st November 2018 – 8:15-10:00am

Menzies LLP, 1st floor, Midas House, 62 Goldsworth Road, Woking, GU21 6LQ
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Thursday 22nd November – 8:15-10:00am

Menzies LLP, 3000a Parkway, Whiteley, Hampshire, PO15 7FX
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RSVP Your Attendance

Please complete the contact form below to reserve your space on one of the VAT Seminar sessions.

For any further information please contact Robert Facer on +44 (0)20 7465 1975 or email rfacer@menzies.co.uk.


Tuesday 20th November (London office)Wednesday 21st November (Woking office)Thursday 22nd November (Solent office)

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