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PostPosted: Sat Apr 20, 2024 6:59 pm 
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An interesting read.

One suggestion is to only charge VAT on any commission i.e. the difference from what the customer pays to that which the driver receives.

Consultation on VAT on PHV fares

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6.5 The UK Government has committed to introducing legislation to improve the regulation of the PHV and taxi sector in England when Parliamentary time allows.

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PostPosted: Sun May 26, 2024 8:35 pm 
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Sussex wrote:
An interesting read.

One suggestion is to only charge VAT on any commission i.e. the difference from what the customer pays to that which the driver receives.

Consultation on VAT on PHV fares

I wonder if all that will go out of the window if Labour gets in. :-k

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Sussex wrote:
Sussex wrote:
An interesting read.

One suggestion is to only charge VAT on any commission i.e. the difference from what the customer pays to that which the driver receives.

Consultation on VAT on PHV fares

I wonder if all that will go out of the window if Labour gets in. :-k



It depends on whether uber have donated to their election campaign or not

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PostPosted: Wed May 29, 2024 7:52 pm 
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It depends on whether uber have donated to their election campaign or not

I'm not convinced Uber would welcome a Labour government, which is maybe why they seem to be applying for new operator licenses all over the place. :-k

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