Rechargeable Hearing Aid - VAT Free
This Rechargeable Hearing Aid is designed and manufacture to a very high standard. The Hearing Aid comes supplied with an easy to use charging station to ensure that the battery can be fully charged easily and quickly, perfect for placing on your bedside table overnight. Fitted with an adjustable volume control that ensures that the user will be able to hear even the quietest sounds in many situations.
This extremely lightweight, comfortable and convenient Medically Approved Hearing Aid has been specially designed for all day use. To offer the user peace of mind the hearing aid can be easily and economically replaced if damaged.
To promote optimum hygiene levels this Hearing Aid is supplied with three earplugs so you can clean one whilst using another. It also comes in a handy storage case to keep all the parts safe when travelling or not in use.
This product is not eligible for returns.
Are you eligible for VAT relief?
HMRC states that if you are “chronically sick or disabled” you can purchase goods without VAT when purchased for your personal or domestic use. A parent, spouse or guardian can also purchase on behalf of this person and obtain VAT relief.
Physical or mental impairments, which have a long-term and substantial adverse effect upon his/her ability to carry out everyday activities or a condition which the medical profession treats as a chronic sickness. Goods used for your own private use only, rather than for business purposes. It cannot be used by anyone else.
Which products are eligible for the relief?
The declaration is only attached to those products with are eligible for the relief. It is only those products which have been designed for the sole use of disabled people that are eligible for the VAT relief. It is the designer or manufacturer who determines this not Story & Sons. Further information on the VAT relief can be found on the HMRC website – VAT Notice 701/7: VAT reliefs for disabled or older people. Please do not make the declaration if you are unsure – it is an offence to make a false declaration.