The option to tax time limit is extended from 30 to 90 days for decisions made between 15 February and 31 March 2021.
HMRC has extended the time limit for a third time due to the Coronavirus. It was previously extended to cover decisions made up to 30 June and then 31 October.
A taxpayer can decide to tax land and buildings for VAT purposes and would normally have to notify HMRC within 30 days of that decision.
Such notifying is either by
Social distancing in response to coronavirus has made these rules challenging to follow, so the rules have been relaxed to help businesses and agents.
You can use form VAT1614A to tell HMRC of an option to tax land or buildings.
You can submit the form with an electronic signature, but HMRC requires evidence that the signature is from a person authorised to make the option on behalf of the business.
Examples of supplementary evidence include emailing the form:
Or Bishop Fleming can do this on your behalf.
Option to tax notifications can be emailed to HMRC at: firstname.lastname@example.org.