A VAT PARTNERSHIP has been struck between Newbury-based Banks & Co accountants and tax experts DKS VAT Services.
The complexities of the VAT system can potentially see businesses overpaying or underpaying the levy.
The aim of the partnership is to allow the two firms to advise on VAT issues pertaining to property, imports and working with non-EU companies.
Mark Taylor, director at Banks & Co, said: “VAT is an extremely complex area of taxation, with no two businesses or individuals having the same VAT compliance issues.
“The link-up with DKS is extremely valuable, mutually benefiting DKS, ourselves and, of course, our clients.”
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