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Once you have decided on who you are targeting, recipe cialis generic what to say and what the flyer will look like then the design is ready to be coverted from concept to reality.  There are a huge number of printers of all shapes and sizes around and the current economic climate has meant many more bargains that previously .. although, buy cialis cialis buy unfortunately many more print companies failing as well.  Please be careful of using internet sites that do not have phone numbers or UK addresses as this industry is truly global.

 

Many 'cheap' printers are actually brokers without any office presence and they rely on shopping around to get the cheapest quote to make the best price .... this can save you the time and effort but if it means it is being printed in Eastern Europe, Turkey or even China, do be aware that shipping or customs delays can be damaging if your material is dated or is for a specific event.

 

You are very welcome to use any printer you wish and if easier, you can arrange for them to ship directly to us rather than have to wait in for the parcel or trek over to a Courier Depot.

 

Easier still, we would be happy to handle the printing for you as well.  We run our own 'fleet' of copyprinters for simple single colour leaflets and have close relationships with several UK High Quality full colour printers who, on account of the business we pass them, can offer great rates with no fuss at all.

 

Currently we are offering simple A5 flyers, single colour print on tinted paper for £9.50 for 1,000 - printed in 1 hour and free simple design and if you are looking for a more sophisticated "full colour" print, if you supply the artwork - we are offering print of 5,000 full colour double sided A5 flyers for just £89 & 10,000 for just £159 inclusive.  All those little extras added on by many printers such as Disk or Artwork checking, carraige or delivery charges are all included in the price.  The only possible addition is VAT but this is very rarely applicable to leaflets.

 
VAT Postion on Leaflets PDF Print E-mail

 

VAT is not generally charged on leaflets.  The regulations are relatively complex but essentially if they are not specifically designed to be permanently retained, pharm stuff completed or returned whole or principally used for a purpose other than providing 'short term' information, click then they are Zero Rated.  Of course, shop if you are VAT registered you can reclaim it back anyway.

 

If the material is also a ticket, calendar or printed on thick card and/or laminated  ... this would then suggest that it was to be retained & would have VAT applied to the cost.

 

More details can be obtained here.

 
Leaflet VAT issues PDF Print E-mail

 

Leaflets are not defined in law so whether a particular product qualifies as a leaflet is a matter of fact and impression.

Leaflets normally:

 

  • consist of a single sheet of paper not greater than international standard A4 in size (larger publications up to A2 size can be zero-rated provided that they are printed on both sides, generic viagra see folded down to A4 size or smaller and meet the other conditions);
  • are intended to be held in the hand for reading by individuals (rather than for hanging up for general display);
  • convey information
  • are complete (and not a part work);
  • are supplied in sufficient quantity (at least 50 copies) to permit general distribution
  • are printed on limp paper
  • will either be of an ephemeral nature (designed to be read a few times and then thrown away) or be designed to accompany some other product or service, look drugstore for example an instruction leaflet.

 

Items printed on stiff paper and card are not automatically excluded from the definition of leaflets. However we do regard the use of stiff paper and card as an indicator that the items have a function which would exclude them. For example if the item’s main function were designed to be kept or used for a specific purpose in its own right, sildenafil rather as ancillary to another supply, it would not be a leaflet. Examples of items that would not be leaflets would be those designed to be used for any of the following:

 

  • as a calendar
  • to obtain admission to premises
  • to obtain a discount on goods or services
  • as reference material
  • for completion or return

 

We consider that items printed on laminated paper are designed to be kept and therefore not leaflets. On the other hand, orders of service are not normally designed to be kept and may be zero-rated.

Items with areas for completion which might otherwise be considered to be leaflets, brochures and pamphlets may not be zero-rated if they are primarily intended for completion or detachment. This distinguishes brochures, pamphlets and leaflets from standard-rated forms. We accept that items are not primarily intended for completion or detachment if 25% or less of their total area consists of

 

  • areas which are blank and available for completion; or
  • parts to be detached and returned. Where there is both an area for completion and a part to be detached and returned, then the two together must not exceed 25% of the total area of the publication.

 

If you have items with areas for completion or detachment which does exceed 25%, but you consider they are nevertheless not primarily forms or other stationery, you should obtain a written ruling from our National Advice Service before zero-rating them. Whatever the area for completion, a publication which is designed to be returned whole after completion is always standard-rated.

 
Brochures & Pamphlets VAT issues PDF Print E-mail

 

Brochures and pamphlets are not defined in law and whether a particular product qualifies as a brochure or pamphlet is a matter of fact and impression.

Brochures usually consist of several sheets of reading matter fastened or folded together, buy patient which are not necessarily bound in covers. They usually contain advertising material in the form of text or illustrations. Pamphlets are similar, diagnosis cialis canada but are usually comprised of material of a political, social or intellectual nature. Single sheet brochures and "Wallet" type brochures designed with a flap may be zero-rated provided they:

 

  • convey information and
  • contain a substantial amount of text, with some indication of contents or of the issuing organisation
  • are not primarily designed to hold other items
  • are supplied complete.

 

Items with areas for completion Items which might otherwise be considered to be brochures and pamphlets may not be zero-rated if they are primarily intended for completion or detachment.

 

This distinguishes brochures and Pamphlets from standard-rated forms. We accept that items are not primarily intended for completion or detachment if 25% or less of their total area consists of:

 

  • areas which are blank and available for completion; or
  • parts to be detached and returned. Where there is both an area for completion and a part to be detached and returned, then the two together must not exceed 25% of the total area of the publication.

 

If you have items with areas for completion or detachment which does exceed 25%, but you consider they are nevertheless not primarily forms or other stationery, you should obtain a written ruling from our National Advice Service before zero-rating them. Whatever the area for completion, a publication which is designed to be returned whole after completion is always standard-rated.