UK freezes VAT registration threshold till 2022
- 29 October 2018 | Richard Asquith
The UK Chancellor today announced that the £85,000 annual VAT registration threshold will be frozen for a further two years.
There is already a 2-year freeze in place until 2020. So this new extension will last until April 2022.
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