Making Tax Digital What You Need To Know And Do!

25th September 2018

Change is happening in the world of taxation as HMRC goes digital.

Making Tax Digital (MTD) is part of the government's plan to make it easier for businesses to stay on top of their day-to-day accounts. There is a lot of literature around this and a lot of hype. In short, there is nothing to worry about, if you take time to consider your options and make the right choices. It may even save you time, money and ultimately make your business more efficient. This workshop will look at. • What is MTD? • Why is it happening? • Who does it effect? • When does it start? • How to check if you are compliant? • What to do to ensure you are compliant? • Why MTD offers a great opportunity to make your business better? As part of this we will be demonstrating the latest cloud accounting software that will enable your business to be success. We will be showing Xero and its eco-system of business system add-ons and the way it can transform your business. Also, for Manufacturers and Wholesalers who require a larger ERP system and more in-depth features like serial and batch tracing, multi-level bill of materials or multi-site warehousing we will also demo Exact online.

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