Last modified: September 25, 2015

Should the VAT be included in the budget of the project?

Organisations which are not entitled to recover any paid VAT (Value Added Tax) by whatever means should include VAT in the costs. Organisations which are entitled to recover any paid VAT (Value Added Tax) by whatever means should not include VAT in the costs. Organisations which are partially entitled to recover any paid VAT (Value Added Tax) by whatever means, should not include VAT in the costs. For the partially non-recoverable paid VAT (Value Added Tax) by whatever means, the organisations should include VAT in the costs.

Please be aware that there is no separate column/raw for the VAT, but it should be included in the costs foreseen in the Budget, whenever it is the case.


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