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Steve Bullman

How to defer vat payments due to covid-19

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3 minutes ago, Steve Bullman said:

That’s not correct at all, read the letter 

Sorry - noted. It still needs paying though which was my main point, but not for between 9 and 12 months (during which period there will hopefully also be further vat due which won’t be deferrable). 

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Wouldn’t worry too much, if this keeps up too long most of us will be bankrupt in 12 months time anyway. That’s why I just ordered my daughter a digital piano bnpl 😂

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