Use form VAT66A to verify your business status when making 13th Directive claims for VAT incurred in the UK.
When you claim for the first time, and every 12 months after that, you must give HMRC an official certificate proving that you’re registered as business in your own country. The certificate must be an original and show:
- the name, address and official stamp of the authorising body
- your own name and address and any trading name you use
- what your business does
- your business registration number
The certificate is valid for 12 months and will be accepted for all claims you make during that period. At the end of the 12 months you must send a new certificate with your next claim.
Email HMRC to ask for this form in Welsh (Cymraeg).
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