I mean, I have a company - and maybe that's a way to claim back the VAT as currently can't see how it'd be possible as it's not exactly business use. Am I a property developer now? Is this how that works?
I imagine that the taxman would frown on you reclaiming the VAT.
More that Howdens view having a company as sufficient to get a trade account.
Accepted proof of trade status
Certificates of incorporation
Your company invoice/order forms
VAT certificates / Tax documents
Tenancy agreements (landlords)
Tenancy deposit protection certificates
Liability insurance certificates
Company Bank Statement (please do not include sensitive account details such as account number or credit card number)
Check A Trade Reference Alternative Merchant Invoice (not a cash sale)
CITB web log in page (showing picture & details)
Accountant confirmation letter
Floor Plans and Blue Prints
Payslips (trade company)
Estate Agent’s Correspondence (for landlords)
Official Sub Contractor Job Specification.
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