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You certainly don't want to be billing weekly for an ongoing service provision. Most companies don't pay their bills that often, which means that it's a recipe for missed payments and complication. I think your latter instinct are right. Billing monthly is the standard model and unless there's a significant reason to want to bill in advance (if the client ...


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TL;DR. In this case they've simply assumed that you're VAT-rated, so the fault is entirely theirs. Issue them a credit note for the difference (or just refuse the PO until they send a corrected one) and explain that you're not registered for VAT. Keep copies of those emails for at least 5 years in case the VAT man comes a callin' As to whether to start ...


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If you are not registered for VAT, you must not charge it. I take it from your post that your customer has mentioned VAT on a purchase order but has not yet paid you as you have not yet submitted an invoice. Your invoice will, in your normal manner, not include VAT. Your customer would be expected to pay the invoiced amount. Your invoices, of course, ...


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