Next year HMRC will start implementing its controversial new taxation regime, called Making Tax Digital, compelling businesses to keep digital accounting records and complete quarterly tax returns online.
In particular, the new system will affect self-employed businesses, partnerships, landlords with rental income, limited companies and individual tax payers.
To help businesses understand how Making Tax Digital will affect their operations, and what they need to do to mitigate any negative impacts, our own experts will be on hand to offer insight and advice at seminars being held in Devon and Somerset this month.
Without putting too fine a point on it, we believe HMRC’s plans for Making Tax Digital are the biggest change to the taxation system in a generation, and an issue all businesses must address.
The seminars, which will also touch on cloud accounting and cyber security, take place at the following locations:
April 24 – The Barnstaple Hotel, Barnstaple (4.30pm-6.30pm)
April 25 – Duke of Cornwall Hotel, Plymouth (8am-10am)
April 25 – Livermead Hotel, Torquay (4.30pm-6.30pm)
April 26 – The Ashbury Hotel, Nr Okehampton (8am-10am)
April 26 – Axminster Football Club, Axminster (4.30pm-6.30pm)
April 27 – Exeter Court Hotel, Exeter (8am-10am)
April 27 - Escot House, Honiton (4.30pm-6.30pm)
April 28 – Battleborough Grange, Somerset (8am-10am)
To reserve a place please email firstname.lastname@example.org or telephone 01392 288 555
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