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How do you calculate **vat** in south Africa **working** **backwards** ie you've got the total of R1250 what is the amount less **vat**?

1096.50 wiki.answers.com

How do you **work** out **V.A.T.** **Backwards**

VAT is 17.5% so to add on VAT simply multiply the ex VAT figure by 1.175 and to remove VAT simply divide the inc VAT number by 1.175 www.kgbanswers.co.uk

If the price is $100 and **vat** is 5%, how can **i** calculate **backwards** to get the price with **vat** excluded?

If VAT is 5 percent, then $100 is the original price plus five percent of the original price. So if the original price is x, $100 is 105 percent of x. Your equation is therefore 100 = 1.05x. Divide both sides by 1.05 for your answer. (I guarantee at answers.yahoo.com

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