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There is no VAT on posting
Link here re postage and its exempt supply
The whole, notice is on post and packaging
The first paragraph states
1.3 Postal charges and VAT exemptions
Postal services provided by the Royal Mail Group Limited under its remit as the universal postal service provider in the UK are exempt from VAT if they’re subject to price and regulatory control. This exemption does not extend to similar services provided by the Royal Mail or other suppliers.
You do not indicate that other services are provided for delivery but if they are you are directed to
Then the next paragraph talks about actual delivery services at 2.1 then a table simplifies this further at 2.2
Of course but I cannot see I can add anything further to my responses already
No request has come through
Not this end I am afraid so unable to connect with you
I will raise a report as well for you
Im so sorry for the inconvenience
I concur with my colleague's opinion.
Yes, you do, but at a rate of 0%.
Not on the delivery charge if it is separately invoiced.
You put it it trough a suspense account clearing the original expense of despatching the item sold.
Sorry, I do not do telephone calls any more, they are no longer cost effective. When you send the item out you charge despatch costs to a suspense account which you clear when you raise the invoice.