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Only if the individual company breaches the VAT Turnover Threshold. If that is the case it would have to register and charge VAT on its invoices.
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Company A's invoice for 2K would have to have VAT at the standard rate added [400 quid].
You said the holding company was issuing the invoice. If your company is issuing the invoice then, of course, there would be no VAT added as it is not registered.
No, you are liable for it unless you have an agreement that the holding company will cover the VAT itself. This would substantially reduce the holding company's income.
The holding company must account for VAT output tax on everything it invoices out. Normally the recipient of the invoice would reclaim this tax as an input. If that is not feasible then the holding company can either demand the VAT from the other party or absorb it itself thus reducing its own income.
It will for the holding company.
The invoice from you company to the holding company will reduce the profit level in the latter and inflate it in the former.
No, your company is not registered for VAT.
The holding company, being registered for VAT must charge VAT on the invoices it issues and may claim any VAT suffered from purchasing vehicles as input tax.
It still does not matter to whom a vehicle is sold, VAT must be charged or accounted for. If you sell to a registered person for say 100 quid then 20 quid VAT would be added to the invoice. If sold to a non registered person the bill would be 83-33 quid with 16-67 added for VAT making a total bill of 100 quid.