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Minor credit cost increase (VAT)

Dear Planetarion Players,

(Unfortunately) Renegade Games has grown to a size where this week I will need to register it for VAT. Up until this point I could avoid this and keep prices lower, but now unfortunately I will have to add on an extra 15%.

The reason that I mention this is that I will be registering for VAT on Thursday morning. I will ask to be registered for VAT from the 1st of January 2010, so that I only need to add on the tax from the next Round of Planetarion, however there is a slight chance that I cannot do this, and I will need to start charging VAT straight away.

For this reason I highly recommend that everyone purchase credits before Thursday, if they are concerned about paying the extra 15% tax.

I will do my best however to avoid this and only start charging tax from the next Round.

Thanks,
Peter Zaborszky