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VAT That is a UK VAT (Value Added Tax) calculator which can quickly and conveniently work out VAT amounts. It's designed to be simple and easy to...
Manage your business finances including accounts receivable, payables, and general ledger.
Calculate prices with VAT.
Perform VAT and tax calculations.
Compute total and the VAT of a price.
Convert and recalculate Net, Vat, and Gross amounts from any Windows application.
This application helps to quickly calculate the sales tax or VAT you have to pay while you shop at home or while traveling abroad. You can select...
Calculate VAT using a Simple VAT system. Either add or takeaway vat with a click of a button. 100% FREE - No Ad'sVat percentages added for the...
VAT Calculator allows you to quickly calculate the value of VAT and "inclusive price" in a converted "exclusive price" and vice versa.The...
This simple and useful application lets you quickly and easily taking VAT off a price, showing both what was the price before VAT was added and the...
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