NDMA / Baldwins (Davisons) Accountants – Making Tax Digital – Breakfast Meeting

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Date/Time
Date(s) - 27/11/2018
7:15 am - 9:30 am

Location
Portmore Golf Park

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Come along and hear from Russell Frayne of Baldwins (Davisons) about HMRC’s plans for Making Tax Digital (MTD)

The information below has been taken from HMRC’s website:

Agenda

07:15 – Arrival and Coffee

07:30 – Breakfast

08:00 – Making Tax Digital presentation by Russell Frayne – Note NDMA members warm to practical real examples or case studies

09:00 – Networking / follow up with Russell

Introduction to Making Tax Digital

Making Tax Digital is a key part of the government’s plans to make it easier for individuals and businesses to get their tax right and keep on top of their affairs – meaning the end of the annual tax return for millions.

Every individual and business now has access to their own personalised digital tax account and these are being regularly expanded and improved. HMRC’s ambition is to become one of the most digitally advanced tax administrations in the world, modernising the tax system to make it more effective, more efficient and easier for customers to comply.

There is widespread agreement that Making Tax Digital for Business is the right approach for the future. However a number of concerns about the pace and scale of change have been raised. As a result the government has announced that the roll out for Making Tax Digital for Business has been amended to ensure businesses have plenty of time to adapt to the changes.

Businesses will not now be mandated to use the Making Tax Digital for Business system until April 2019 and then only to meet their VAT obligations. This will apply to businesses who have a turnover above the VAT threshold – the smallest businesses will not be required to use the system, although they can choose to do so voluntarily.

The government remains committed to ensuring we can deliver a modern digital tax system for all businesses and their agents, supporting them to get their tax right and reducing the amount of tax lost through avoidable error.

Free to members and guests.

Please book by emailing the name(s) of those wishing to attend to info@ndma.org.uk