Church Annexe – HMRC tries to turn up the heat

Churches and temples are some of the most frequent benefiters from the VAT relief that applies to charity annexes to be used for relevant charitable purposes.  They often erect new structures, but these are, for convenience or economy, commonly attached and linked to an existing building, rather than being physically separate.  But it is far from straightforward to determine when such a development qualifies as an annexe, as distinct from simple extension or enlargement (which are not relieved).  To read more, click here

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