June 2014

 

A Guide to Litho vs Digital Print

Litho Printing The most common, high-volume, commercial printing technology is Offset Lithography. The image is burned onto a metal plate using a laser, which is then loaded onto the printing press. This image is then transferred (or offset) onto a rubber blanket and then onto the printing surface – be it paper, card or plastics. […]

 

Printed Materials: When Do You Pay VAT?

HMRC Guidelines on VAT The standard VAT rate is only paid on some printed items. As a broad rule of thumb this is true for all items that you write on such as stationery, greetings cards, forms, postcards and invitations etc. Promotional or information items of print are zero-rated, meaning they are completely free of […]

 

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