Our Director of Customer Experience, Matt Poyser, shares his opinions on how HMRC’s digitisation is getting the basics of customer experience right.
A big change like Making Tax Digital (MTD) is bound to produce some uncertainty. If you’re confused, don’t worry, we’re here to shed some light on the situation. Below, we tackle 10 of the most frequently asked Making Tax Digital questions to clear up some of the confusion.
With MTD round the corner and further digitalisation inevitable, now’s the time to review your existing accounting software and decide if you need to upgrade or go looking for a new system. Great accounting software should go above and beyond; providing you with the perfect tool for running your business and ensuring you can effortlessly adapt to future changes.
We’re MTD-ready. Whether you’re an existing client or shopping about for compliant software, we’re here to make MTD easy.
We admit, anything with the word tax in doesn’t sound all that thrilling does it – but MTD is set to be something of a game changer. Change in any form can be daunting but Making Tax Digital will introduce plenty of opportunities that contractors can be benefiting from.
From the 1st April, VAT registered companies in the UK will need to submit their VAT returns using approved compatible software. With the deadline fast approaching, we’ve compiled five quick and easy steps to make sure your limited company is MTD ready.
By now you’ve probably come across the term Making Tax Digital. But do you know how your limited company will be impacted?
The UK’s tax system is about to get a shake down – the government’s ambitious Making Tax Digital (MTD for short) initiative is set to revolutionise the way we deal with business finances. The plan is part of HMRC’s aims to become one of the world’s most digitally advanced tax administrations. Here, you’ll find all the information you need to get you up to speed with the whats, hows and whys of Making Tax Digital.
Chancellor Phillip Hammond has announced he’s extending off-payroll working rules into medium and large sized businesses. We’ve pulled together some FAQs to help you understand what’s happening
Notice anything different? We’re in the process of shaking up our look. You might have spotted a few changes here and there. We loved our old brand, and know many of you felt the same, so here’s a quick explanation of why we’ve decided to revamp it.