VAT Practitioners Group
II - In-house lobbyists and trade/business/professional associations
Trade and business associations
Oxhey Avenue, 105
Watford WD19 4HB
(+44) 1923 230788
Mr Michael Conlon
Ms Ruth Corkin
National Technical Chair
The VPG is the leading group of VAT professionals in the UK. It provides a forum for VAT practitioners to discuss all aspects of VAT law and practice and members are encouraged to exchange information and ideas between themselves (on a confidential basis) in order to further the study and knowledge of VAT amongst practitioners.
The VPG strives to establish closer links between VAT Practitioners and HM Revenue and Customs (“HMRC”) as the tax authority responsible for VAT in the UK, with a view to establish a better understanding of how each party works.
The VPG is a well respected body for the quality of its representations to HMRC, the EU Commission and other bodies in respect of the operation of VAT law, practice and operation and was one of the bodies that submitted a representation on The Commission’s Green Paper “The Future of VAT” in 2011.
The VPG is non-political and does not actively represent the interests of any one taxpayer or sector of taxpayers. Its breadth of membership ensures that all sectors and size of taxpayer are represented.
Submission of a response to the EU Commission's Green paper on "The Future of VAT".
Submission of response to the EU Commission's consultation on the Reduced Rate of VAT
Submission of a response to the EU Commission's consultation on a European Taxpayer's Code
Application to join the EU Commission VAT Expert Group
100%: 25 75%: 75 50%: 75 25%: 100
|No accredited persons|
EU VAT Expert Panel (member of VPG is a member of the panel)
OECD VAT Committee (Member of VPG is a member of the committee)
Joint VAT Consultative Committee (UK with HM Revenue and Customs) - VPG has a member place on the committee
10/2013 - 09/2014
No funding received from the EU institutions during the last closed financial year.
Income for the financial year to 30 September 2013 £69,510
Surplus for same year (before tax) £4,272
Reserves at end of year £130,408
By its registration the organisation has signed the Transparency Register Code of Conduct.