Not-for-profit

Specialists in VAT

Based in Cheltenham, we service clients throughout the country.

Not-for-profit support

We provide ongoing advice and support to a number of clients in the not-for-profit sectors. This includes routine compliance work and undertaking annual adjustments.

DMTA acts for a wide number of not-for-profit clients. The identification of the correct VAT treatment of income can be complex. Is the income by way of business and does it qualify for VAT relief?

Also not-for-profit bodies do qualify for a limited range of VAT reliefs.

Education

Advisory services for over 20 years.

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  • Includes a year-end review
  • Preparation of partial exemption and capital goods adjustments.
  • Advice on the VAT treatment of income and expenditure
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Primary Care

Advisory services for over 20 years.

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  • Includes a year-end review
  • Preparation of partial exemption and capital goods adjustments.
  • Advice on the VAT treatment of income and expenditure
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Property Development

Advisory services for over 20 years.

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  • Includes a year-end review
  • Preparation of partial exemption and capital goods adjustments.
  • Advice on the VAT treatment of income and expenditure
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Not-for-profit

Advisory services for over 20 years.

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  • Includes a year-end review
  • Preparation of partial exemption and capital goods adjustments.
  • Advice on the VAT treatment of income and expenditure
Discover More

Latest News

VAT Education Update No. 47

The recent publication of two VAT cases involving FE Colleges, Colchester and Wakefield has entirely maintained HMRC’s view on things in relation to so called “business and non-business” issues.

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VAT Update No. 46

Welcome to our latest VAT update for FE Colleges. The main topic is the reporting of HMRC’s alleged investigation into the treatment of sub-contracting, including that by FECs.

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VAT Update No.48 – April 2019

Making Tax Digital The day before Brexit should have happened, HMRC published its guidance on the new law…

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