Business Terms and Jargon Explained

What is Exempt Supply

Tax Definition:-

A supply for which no tax is payable and in respect of which Input tax cannot be claimed.

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Drop Catch Share Capital Money Transfer
Dividend Firewall Write off
Sub modo Lien State of the art
Gross Weight Exhibit Fifo
Penetration Pricing Executor-dative National Insurance (NI)
Progress payments Chambers Service mark
Supply Of Services Period Entry Proprietor
Current Assets Supply Chain Bank of England
Grant of representation Business Expenses Usury
Birr Personal data Mediation
Planchet Compellable witness Medium of exchange
Writ of venire de novo Unfranked Receipts Executrices
Fiscal Territory Vendor EMEAI

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