# Online VAT Calculator

VAT Including Results
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Including VAT
VAT Excluding Results
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VAT Including Results for (17.5%)

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## VAT Calculator UK

A value-added tax, known in some countries as a goods and services tax, is a type of tax that is assessed incrementally. It is levied on the price of a product or service at each stage of production, distribution, or sale to the end consumer. There are two main methods for calculating VAT: the credit account or invoice-based method and the deduction or invoice-based method. When using the credit invoice method, sales transactions are subject to tax, the customer is informed of the VAT on the transaction and businesses can receive a credit for the VAT paid on supplies and services. The credit invoice method is much more common and is used in all VAT countries except Japan. When the deduction method is used, at the end of the accounting period, a business calculates the value of all taxable sales, subtracts the amount of all taxable purchases, and applies the VAT rate to the difference. The VAT deduction method is currently used only in Japan, although it is often called a "flat tax" and has been part of many recent tax reform proposals proposed by American policymakers. Both methods have exceptions to the calculation method for certain items and transactions that are intended to facilitate tax collection or combat fraud and tax evasion. Here is the best Value-added tax Calculator Tool VAT Calculator.

#### How To Calculate VAT?

First Step = VAT Rate + 100
(Total Amount / 100) * First Step
Example: 20 + 100 = 120
(2000 / 100) * 120 = 2400 Gross Total Amount
This Amount ( 2400 ) Is your Total Amount.
Example Conclusion:
Total Amount: 2000
Tax Rate: 20%
Tax Amount: 400
Total Amount: 2400

##### Excluding/Removing VAT Formula

Total Amount = First Step: VAT Rate + 100
Second Step: (Total Amount / First Step) * 100
Example: 15 + 100 = 115
(2400 / 115) * 100 = 2086.96 Total Amount
( 2086.96 ) Is the Total Gross Amount.
Example Conclusion:
Total Amount: 2400
Tax Rate: 15%