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VAT reverse charge on digital supplies from Dublin

Hi there,

It's a long time since I posted on here so hoping you'll be able to help

We are having a discussion regarding various invoices where digital services are supplied and would like to know about the vat treatment of them. These are for companies like Adobe, Apple, Microsoft, Dropbox where they are invoiced out of Dublin

  1. apple apps e.g. weather app, music
  2. iCloud storage
  3. Office 365 licence
  4. Adobe licence
  5. Dropbox storage
  6. Google Ads

If a GB vat registered client provides their UK VAT number during the purchase, and no vat is displayed on the invoice - does the EC Directive for Reverse Charge still apply post Brexit?



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No change to these due to Brexit




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