Making Tax Digital
Posted On January 22, 2019 By mhauk
Date(s) - 22/01/2019
10:00 am - 12:00 pm
MHA Monahans (Trowbridge)
HMRC will be introducing Making Tax Digital (MTD) as of 1 April 2019.
What Does This Mean?
If your business is VAT registered and has a taxable turnover above the £85,000 threshold, you will be required to keep your records in digital form and file your VAT directly from your software.
Meet our member firm MHA Monahans’ team of experts who can navigate you through the complexities of MTD, and why cloud accounting is the ideal solution.
Clare Bowen will be discussing in detail what MTD means for your business, explaining the transition to cloud accounting and will answer any questions you may have.
Lynne Harrison will be familiarising you with different cloud accounting packages to help you make an informed decision on the perfect software for your needs.
After completing a degree in Maths from the University of Bath, Clare worked in industry for a few years before deciding she wanted to move into an accountancy practice. She completed her ACCA and gained valuable experience working with small to medium sized business owners. Clare then gained her BA degree in Accounting and Financial Management at the University of Gloucestershire. Clare joined MHA Monahans and has worked with over 300 businesses with offices worldwide for over 10 years. She has provided millions of pounds of improvements, savings and income growth through business advice and support. Her speciality is owner managed businesses, in particular working with those looking to grow or consolidate and succeed.
Lynne is a Chartered Accountant with many years’ experience both in industry and practice, where she has helped clients from a wide variety of businesses. Her role encompasses assisting clients to set up their record keeping in order to produce interim and annual financial information. This may involve preparation of VAT returns either in house or as external support.
It is important to build a strong business relationship, and by understanding a client’s business, she can ensure they get the information they want and need from their accountancy systems. The basic book keeping has to be right for the accounts to be meaningful and accurate.
This event is free to attend. To book your place, please click here.