Calculator, From Net to Gross Value: Add the Value Added Tax, VAT, to the Net Amount (Without VAT, VAT excluded). Calculate the Gross Amount (With Tax Included), Formula and Explanation

Add VAT to the Net Amount (Without Tax), Calculate Gross Amount

VAT including value (Gross Amount) = VAT excluding value (Net Amount) × (1 + Tax%)

The latest operations: VAT added to the Net Amounts (Without Tax, VAT excluding).

Add 36% VAT to the Net Amount (value without VAT) of 508 Feb 27 13:13 UTC (GMT)
Add 15% VAT to the Net Amount (value without VAT) of 105.65 Feb 27 13:13 UTC (GMT)
Add 21% VAT to the Net Amount (value without VAT) of 16,692.48 Feb 27 13:13 UTC (GMT)
Add 22% VAT to the Net Amount (value without VAT) of 493.65 Feb 27 13:13 UTC (GMT)
Add 21% VAT to the Net Amount (value without VAT) of 255.55 Feb 27 13:13 UTC (GMT)
Add 50% VAT to the Net Amount (value without VAT) of 1,280 Feb 27 13:13 UTC (GMT)
Add 23% VAT to the Net Amount (value without VAT) of 149.98 Feb 27 13:13 UTC (GMT)
Add 9.3% VAT to the Net Amount (value without VAT) of 420 Feb 27 13:12 UTC (GMT)
Add 6% VAT to the Net Amount (value without VAT) of 138.996 Feb 27 13:12 UTC (GMT)
Add 23% VAT to the Net Amount (value without VAT) of 250,694 Feb 27 13:12 UTC (GMT)
Add 27% VAT to the Net Amount (value without VAT) of 1,810 Feb 27 13:12 UTC (GMT)
Add 27% VAT to the Net Amount (value without VAT) of 0.124 Feb 27 13:12 UTC (GMT)
Add 17.9% VAT to the Net Amount (value without VAT) of 38 Feb 27 13:12 UTC (GMT)
All the operations where VAT was added to the Net Amounts (Without Tax).

Add the Value Added Tax (VAT) to the Net Amount (Without Tax).

Calculate the Gross Amount (With Tax Included).

Examples of calculations:

VAT (Value Added Tax)

VAT is a tax charged of each economic agent involved in the business cycle of manufacturing of a product or providing a service within the scope of taxation. VAT, charged by the operators, is transferred to the state budget.

Value-added tax (VAT) is charged as a percentage of the value added at every level of production of a good. A cider maker would pay a percentage of the difference between what they charge for cider and what they pay for apples. Put differently; this is a tax on company's gross margins, rather than just the end user.

There are standard VAT rates in effect, for example the standard VAT rate could be 20%, and some reduced rates could be 9% and 5% respectively, but they depend on each country.