It depends on whether you are the principal or the subcontractor. If you are sub contractor you invoice in principal at 0% VAT, If you are the principal contractor, the subcontractor invoices you at 0% and then you invoice the client and add VAT at 13.5% or 23%.
I'm the principal contractor- I'm aware that the invoice by subcontractor is at 0% VAT but my question is yea you can enter the subcontractors invoice on bullet with 0% VAT. But this is inaccurate to reflect you're VAT liability. It seems that Bullet doesn't have a facility or desire like other accounts packages to facilitate a reverse VAT entry for those in the construction sector- might have to move...
We’re not really designed for the construction industry they have a lot of weird tax rules due to the level of fraud.
You can charge 0% on our invoices and then the principle contractor can charge VAT.
Hope that helps.