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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**?

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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. report this answer. Updated on Friday, February 03 2012 at 09:57PM GMT. Source: www.hmrc.gov.uk/. Collection: vat. 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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