Hayhurst, Lay
September 2010
Travel Weekly (UK);9/10/2010, Vol. 5 Issue 2034, p80
Trade Publication
The article depicts issues regarding tax policy in the tourism industry in Great Britain. It highlights the move of Damon Wright, Value Added Tax (VAT) senior manager at tax specialist Grant Thornton, to warn other travel sectors following the VAT review made by a taxman on Medhotels. It found out that Medhotels has failed to improve the quality of its processes as well as in paying VAT on the mark-up on hoteliers' net rate.


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