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Britain's Chancellor Wants to Increase VAT on Cosmetic Surgery

17 Oct 2011

The British economy has been struggling in recent years, and it is no surprise that George Osborne is searching around for new ways to improve the nation's finances. However, the report that he intends to place VAT on cosmetic surgery has raised some eyebrows amongst MPS and fans of plastic surgery.

The fear is that this VAT is likely to increase the price that the customer must pay for operations such as liposuction, facelifts, breast enlargements and tummy tucks – to name but a few – and put Britons off cosmetic surgery in the UK. VAT is already charged on a number of smaller procedures, including skin peels and Botox.

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