IPASS Certificate in VAT Techniques
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Part 1 September to December
Principles of the VAT system, Books and Records, VAT Rates, Accountable Persons and VAT Registration, VAT Group Registration, VAT Returns, VAT Invoices and Credit Notes, Supply of Goods and Supply of Services, Place of Supply of Goods, Exports, Imports, Intra-Community Supplies, Intra-Community Acquisitions, Supply and Install/Assembly of Goods, Deductible and Non-Deductible VAT, Amount on which VAT is Chargeable, Accounting for VAT - Sales/Invoice Basis v Cash Receipts Basis.
Part 2 February to May
Return of Trading Details, Finance Agreements – Lease Agreement v Hire Purchase Agreement, The Margin Scheme, Section 56 Relief, Apportionment of Input VAT Credit, VAT on Services, Estimates, Assessments and Appeals, Place of Supply of Services, VAT on Services from Abroad, VAT and Construction Services, VAT and Relevant Contracts Tax, Repayments to Unregistered Persons, Triangulation, Revenue VAT Audits.
This course is accredited by QQI (HETAC) at Level 6. (See www.ipass.ie for more information)
Who Should Apply?
This course is designed to provide students with a comprehensive understanding of the operation of the Irish VAT system. The course assumes no prior knowledge of VAT on the part of students and it introduces them in a logical and progressive manner to the VAT implications and treatment of a large range of business transactions. Starting with first principles, the course explains the basic principles of the Irish VAT system for all kinds of businesses from sole traders to multinational organisations and includes State and semi-State bodies and VAT exempt institutions. Students will receive a comprehensive course manual written in non-technical language, which explains in detail the workings of the Irish VAT system and which contains numerous practical examples and exercises.
How To Apply
Booking forms are available from the Irish Payroll Association at IPASS House, H4 Centrepoint Business Park, Dublin 12, by phone at (01) 4089100, fax on (01) 4089102 or can be downloaded from www.ipass.ie
The course is divided into two stages, each one conducted over one evening per week for ten weeks. Those wishing to qualify must successfully complete examinations held in December and May.
Tuesday 12th September at 7.00pm.
There are no specific entry requirements and all course material will be given to participants with plenty of practical examples worked through in the classes.
Stage 1 – including exam fees, course manual, sample exam papers, etc. €495
Stage 2 - including exam fees, course manual, sample exam papers, etc. €495
Annual student registration fee €100
HETAC Fee €50
Irish Payroll Association,
IPASS House H4 Centrepoint Business Park,
Telephone (01) 4089100 / Fax (01) 4089102