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ECJ ruling could see HMRC make £115m payment to golf clubs

Accountancy Age

HMRC COULD PAY an estimated £115m in VAT to golf clubs after the European Court of Justice ruled against it in an ongoing dispute with West Dorset Golf Club. The EU ruling has declared that VAT exemptions should include charges made to visiting players, meaning possible big pay-outs for golf clubs across the country. Since the 1990s, the charge for playing sport at not-for-profit clubs has been exempt from VAT, but…

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