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    guys

    when you supply do you add materials to invoice or deduct from rate?

    having a bit of a disagreement with a company.

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    I state the total cost in the invoice and state the cost of materials so that the tax isn't taken on that amount.

    It depends if your agreed rate was including materials or not.

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    Quote Originally Posted by prjwebb View Post
    I state the total cost in the invoice and state the cost of materials so that the tax isn't taken on that amount.

    It depends if your agreed rate was including materials or not.
    when i took the job i was down to supply,halfway through the job i put invoice in
    labour,mats,vat etc
    they are disputing mats need to come of labour and not addded to total!
    think it's a case of crossed wires more than anything.
    just hate getting my fingers burnt!!!

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    If you are supplying, it doesn't matter how you split the labour and materials, as long as they aren't paying more than the agreed price, what's the problem? Tell them materials are 50p per metre out of your suppy & fix rate. That's fair enough.

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    Yep agree with Tony labour and materials should equal the agreed supply and fix price.

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    Quote Originally Posted by wallpaul View Post
    guys

    when you supply do you add materials to invoice or deduct from rate?

    having a bit of a disagreement with a company.

    depends if you're CIS4 or CIS6 - we have been both over the years
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    Quote Originally Posted by belmoreboy View Post
    depends if you're CIS4 or CIS6 - we have been both over the years
    CIS4 tax is deducted from the gross amount less materials
    CIS6 no tax is deducted

    But the supply and fix price will be the same.

    If you quote 250 supply and fix then that's what you invoice, If your CIS 6 then that's what they pay 250.

    If you quote 250 supply and fix and invoice it as 200 labour and 50 materials and your CIS 4 then they will deduct tax only from the 200 labour.
    I think its 20% so you will get 200 less 20% =160 plus your materials 50 Total 210.

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