Explain VAT

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For the past 3 hours I have Internet and my brain for such a thing as VAT — value added tax.
Everything seems to be simple and clear, but on the other hand is difficult and not clear.

Let's say I shop, I have suppliers and buyers.
I buy the goods for 100 rubles, including VAT 18% — 18 rubles. Then I sell this item in your store for 200 rubles. In this amount include VAT, but that's what he is, 18 and 36 rubles?

I as a legal entity use the simplified system of taxation and do not include VAT. In the end, that phrase means and who that I should return and who should not?

I would be very grateful for answers, as he can't understand at all: (

UPD: I what if I sell goods to a VAT payer? For example, another firm?
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VAT is value added tax.
If You bought a product for 100, sold for 300, then 200 rubles — this is your added value. from it 18% is VAT. Is an indirect tax, that is it, which You have to pay, but paid by the buyers.
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\rI as a legal entity use the simplified system of taxation and do not include VAT. In the end, that phrase means and who that I should return and who should not?
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This means that You have to return 18% of their value added, which is on their invoice (you can cheat in theory), despite what the accounts show.
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If you are a VAT payer, then you sidestep such thing as a tax liability and the tax credit. Yes, with the purchase of goods/services you pay 18% tax, but you do not return them. You are on the simplified system of VAT and do not need you to enter in a stupor.
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If the simplified tax system, stupid forget the concept of VAT, when you purchase paying the full price (Including VAT, if those who you sell it to in turn expose), you do everything possible to sell without VAT.
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If we talk about "easier" everything is simple.
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Bought for 100 rubles + 18 rubles VAT
Sold for 150 rubles + 27 rubles VAT
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18 rubles you should state, 27 so that when you have state total you'll pay in the budget of 9 rubles.
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If suddenly happen so that you will buy for 150 + 27 VAT and sell for 100 + 18 VAT (well, it so happened) that the budget needs 9 rubles. Of course the tax will assign you a Desk audit, of course will be for anyone to make excuses, but in principle these 9 is to his checking account, though usually not worried and read the following tax periods.
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IMHO, you pay the VAT amount on the basis of the you submit invoices minus the amount already paid by you (i.e. when you sent payment invoices).
Or, in short, 18% of income (subject to VAT) minus 18% of costs (subject to VAT).
On the simplified taxation, no one and nothing to return you should not.
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Sent before my time :(
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About the VAT it is necessary to remember only in the context of the system of taxation that applies to you. First of all you should be interested in reducing the tax base. Last time I studied the issue two years ago, but I don't think much has changed everything. If you have the object of taxation "income minus expenses", the VAT paid to suppliers, simply be debited to the expenses reducing taxable base.
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If you implement a goods and services not subject to VAT, the input VAT is debited to the cost. And compensation from the budget is subject only to VAT 0%, and "not subject to VAT" or "not a VAT payer" — is fundamentally different.
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18% VAT and it's always shifted onto the shoulders of the buyer, you don't have to worry.
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And if you sell a product or provide a service to the payer of VAT, any invoice you don't owe him because we are not a payer, i.e. your counterparty from the transaction with you can't take a deduction for VAT.
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You are on the simplified taxation, which means you don't owe anyone anything and you no one should, therefore, do not worry with VAT.
For those who work at the VAT to work with you a little bit disadvantageous, because when working with you, they will not be able to refund VAT. You also can't (or rather, I can, but to no purpose) to issue invoices with VAT.
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VAT is charged by the operation AMOUNT x 1.18 in the Internet in addition to Wikipedia, look at calculators for example ndsok.ru
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