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      Yes, that makes sense to me. I just don't want to collect the tax if I don't have to. Just like I don't want to pay the tax unless I have to

      Thanks for the help.

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      No problem. Hope everyone can take a look at the thread and see what they think should be added to a guide on taxes, VAT, registration and other business issues.

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      Unless what you are doing as a second job/income is along the same lines as what you do for your primary income.

      Check your contract of employment or you might find your secondary job becomes your primary job!

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      Thanks for the post Rocky, you answered a few of the questions i was looking for.

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      some good info in this post, thanks!.
      my question is if i register as a sole trader, non VAT registered, & build up a business can some one register a business with the same name but as a limited company, VAT registered?
      I am obviously looking way ahead of me and may be being optimistic, but this is somthing that I keep thinking about.

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      Yes they can

      Bear in mind that Ltd and Limited are considered two different words in UK company name registration.

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      I have looked in to this ltd and limited and have not found any major diffrence, just the use of the company name displayed on checks etc.

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      Hi All, great post...I am a wholesaler who is starting up on ebay. I am used to working off vat for my purchases and sales invoices but now I will have to add on retail vat. I presume its just the same, and I claim the vat back I add on to my sales. If anyone has any advice on this that would be great thank you

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      I am in USA, Can I sell products in UK without register company. I do know that I can sell on Amazon or ebay.For example, How much VAT do I need to pay for 1000$ product? How much do I need to pay for other taxes in UK?

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