Deduct subcontracting expenses
In this case too, make sure the invoice is detailed enough
You do a lot yourself, but you can't do everything yourself, so you occasionally subcontract a third-party.
You make these costs to support the growth of your business: you can deduct it!
Of course the invoice must clearly state the professional purpose of the subcontracting
🔎 In the case of real estate works, the co-contractor regime is compulsory when a contractor carries out real estate works on behalf of a client who is subject to periodic filing of VAT returns.
In this case, the client self-assesses VAT (autoliquidation).
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