VAT exemption form & who qualifies for VAT relief
How to proceed with your order without paying VAT?
Who is eligible for VAT relief?
If you have a long-term illness or you're disabled, you might be able to claim VAT relief on certain goods and services. Not all goods and services supplied to chronically sick or disabled people are eligible for VAT relief. In general, the items covered by VAT relief are things that are of practical help to you because of your illness or disability. They are items designed solely for disabled use, for people with physical disabilities to help carry out everyday activities.
You can order items on behalf of someone who qualifies for VAT exemption for example, if you're a carer or family member. You don't have to physically buy the goods in person. If your parent, guardian, relative or carer buys the goods and services for you, then you will not be charged VAT, they can complete the declaration on your behalf if you wish. If you are eligible, you can complete our online VAT exemption form which can be found below.
What proof do we need of your condition to quality for VAT relief?
In order to qualify for HMRC VAT relief on a product, all three of the following conditions need to be met:
The government (HM Revenue & Customs) requires a simple declaration of your medical condition (or the condition of the person you're buying for).
Using the form below, you must provide us with:
For further details: How VAT relief works, who qualifies for the VAT relief, what types of goods and services you can buy without paying VAT
Enter your details into the form and click the 'Submit' button at the end of the form. Please contact us if you have any queries.