VAT Rebate

We are the ONLY providers of a unique VAT rebate cash advance service for the Self-Employed.

Introduced by HMRC in 2002, the Flat Rate Scheme is an administration and cost saving scheme devised by HMRC which allows sole traders, partnerships or limited companies to reclaim Value Added Tax without going through the standard VAT reclaim process.

The Flat Rate Scheme was designed to help small businesses by taking the work out of recording VAT. It meant Self-Employed operatives can charge 20% VAT as normal, but simply pay HMRC a percentage of turnover rather than working out the VAT on all purchases. The VAT Flat Rate Scheme allows the Self-Employed to reclaim VAT based on their turnover and profession, generating additional profitability for Self-Employed operatives who fall below the mandatory VAT registration threshold.

IN-SYNC Credit Services via our partner IN-SYNC Tax, will provide a fully managed service, with no upfront fees, consistently securing VAT rebates for Self-Employed operatives of over £2,500. In many cases VAT is recovered from the last 4 years, delivering VAT rebates as high as £10,000.

IN-SYNC will pay the rebate in advance and recover the money from HMRC once the VAT rebate is released. So, if you are a Self-Employed Sole Trader engaged by IN-SYNC TAX, you will automatically be entitled to one of our cash advances, in many cases backdated up to four years with available records.

As part of Autumn Statement, the Chancellor of the Exchequer announced the introduction of the new 16.5% VAT flat rate for businesses with limited costs. These changes came into effect from 1st April 2017. We can guide and help you through the process to ensure you stay compliant, continue to receive a fully manged service via our partner IN-SYNC Tax and receive the rebate due to you.

VAT benefits:

  • Maximised profitability
  • Backdated rebates
  • Advance payments
  • Fully managed service
  • No up-front fees
  • Enhanced employment status

Don’t miss out on your substantial VAT rebate, contact us now and find out what rebate you are entitled to.