HMRC are pushing ahead with their plans to digitalise the tax system. You will not be able to escape the consequences.
From April 2019, VAT registered businesses with a taxable turnover above £85,000 will have to have Making Tax Digital (MTD) functionally compatible software to make VAT submissions electronically to HMRC. Other businesses will follow with very limited exemptions available.
If you do not know if your software is MTD compliant then don’t wait until it’s too late, check now and update.
What does it mean from 1 April 2019 – MTD for VAT commences:
October 2019 – MTD for VAT expanded to include ‘deferred’ businesses:
What does it mean from April 2020 – MTD for VAT expanded, MTD for income tax/corporation tax introduced:
HMRC plan to revolutionise the tax system with your digital tax account showing your liabilities in a single place.
If you are still unsure about Making Tax Digital (MTD), then out Managed Services team have put together some FAQ’s to help.
We have been talking to our clients about HMRC’s plans to revolutionise the tax system with the Digital Tax Account and Making Tax Digital for Business (MTDfB). We believe these plans will have a huge impact on many. However, we can be on hand to assist you. The biggest impact is if your systems are inadequate to keep records up to date and if you don’t keep records in a digital format. Therefore, now is the time to review those systems and see how they can be updated to your advantage as well as to meet the needs of MTD.
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