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Does an orthodontist or a dentist have to charge VAT to clients?

Question:

I am an orthodontist and I perform orthodontics in dental practices around amsterdam. My B.V. sends at the end of each month an invoice without vat to these dental practices. Is this ok? Or should this invoice include vat? Thank you for your help.

Answer:

Medical professionals are exempted from the obligation to charge VAT. This includes orthodontists and dentists. You don
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