# How do you calculate 12 VAT in the Philippines?

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## How is 12 VAT calculated in the Philippines?

Value Added Tax Payable is normally computed as follows:

1. Computing Net VAT Payable on VAT “exclusive” Sales/Receipts. Total Output Tax Due or Total Vatable Sales/Receipts x 12% …
2. Computing Net VAT Payable on VAT “inclusive” Sales/Receipts. Total Output Tax Due or Total Vatable Sales / 1.12 x 12%

## What is the formula for VAT?

Take the gross amount of any sum (items you sell or buy) – that is, the total including any VAT – and divide it by 117.5, if the VAT rate is 17.5 per cent. (If the rate is different, add 100 to the VAT percentage rate and divide by that number.)

## How do I calculate VAT on a standard amount?

To work out a price including the standard rate of VAT (20%), multiply the price excluding VAT by 1.2. To work out a price including the reduced rate of VAT (5%), multiply the price excluding VAT by 1.05.

## How do you calculate VAT on a sales invoice in the Philippines?

Determine the tax, in the form of Value-Added Tax (VAT), and the Vatable Sales.

Here’s how:

1. Vatable Sales = Total Sales/ 1.12.
2. VAT = Vatable Sales x 1.12.
3. Total Sales = Vatable Sales + VAT.
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## How do I calculate net of VAT?

Deducting VAT

If you have a gross amount and want to determine the net value, then simply divide the gross value by 1.20 to provide the net value.

## How do you add 15 VAT to a price?

Simply multiply the net amount by 1 + VAT percentage (i.e. multiply by 1.15 if VAT is 15%) and you’ll get the gross amount. Or multiply by VAT percentage to get the VAT value.

## What is VAT and how is it calculated?

VAT is commonly expressed as a percentage of the total cost. For example, if a product costs \$100 and there is a 15% VAT, the consumer pays \$115 to the merchant. The merchant keeps \$100 and remits \$15 to the government.

## How does VAT work in Philippines?

The VAT Rate in the Philippines is 12%. The 12% VAT is applied on the taxable gross selling price of goods and properties and on the gross value of receipts from services and lease of properties. The 12% VAT on the importation of goods is based on the total cost of importation.

## How do you calculate VAT on a small business?

You must add 20% to the price you charge for the goods or service. You can do this by multiplying the price you charge by 1.2. For example, if your business sells sports equipment for £50, you multiply £50 by 1.2 for a total VAT inclusive price of £60.