Thread poster: Anthony Gething
| | Werner George Patels, M.A., C.Tran.(ATIO) (X)
Local time: 17:41
German to English
Word 2000, for example, includes a couple of templates (as does Microsoft Publisher).
Your invoice must be commensurate with your market\'s requirements: eg, a line for VAT and other local charges, etc.
If you start receiving other translators\' invoice templates by e-mail, make sure you use only UK invoices (since you are based in the UK).
| | Ralf Lemster
Local time: 23:41
English to German
| VAT on UK invoices || Jan 30, 2002 |
If you\'re just getting started (which I would tend to infer from your request), you will probably not have to charge VAT - this requirement only kicks in from a certain level of turnover (for details, ask your tax adviser or check on www.hmce.gov.uk). Once registered for VAT, if you\'re invoicing in other currencies, your invoice needs to show a GBP equivalent of all amounts shown (particularly VAT).
HTH - best regards, Ralf
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