Making Tax Digital (MTD) is moving along at place, taking effect for income tax for many from April 2024. What else is on the horizon for business and what can you do to get ready for MTD?
Whether you’re self-employed or running a large company, good record keeping is vital. In this blog we’ll set out the main records you need to keep, the advantages of good record keeping, and some tips for improving your system.
SME’s with legacy IT systems have been given a further year to comply with complex new digital tax rules
HM Revenue and Customs (HMRC) introduced the new Making Tax Digital (MTD) programme in April 2019. Since then, most self-employed people and business owners with a turnover above the £85,000 VAT threshold have been forced to file their returns online using specialised software.
In a recent update from HM Revenue & Customs (HMRC), some care is needed when ‘signing up’ for Making Tax Digital.