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The UK shop should list VAT on the invoice, but that VAT should be "Zero Rated" i.e. VAT at 0%. A shop unfamiliar with exporting might not be setup to handle this. https://www.gov.uk/guidance/vat-on-goods-exported-from-the-uk-notice-703 2.1 Zero rating on exports VAT is a tax levied on goods and services consumed in the UK. When goods are exported ...


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From what you have described thus far, I think you are over complicating matters no matter what the regime is. In the most basic of formats, you would need to have one control account for VAT which will receive transactions for both input and output tax. For example, with a 20% VAT rate a sale amounting to 120 of whatever currency will reflect 100 Dr to the ...


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