Making Tax Digital

Making Tax Digital - As announced in the Chancellor's 2015 budget, self assessment tax returns are going to be replaced with digital tax accounts as a way to digitize the UK's tax system.


Making Tax Digital

The end of the self assessment tax return is moving closer as the requirement for businesses, self employed individuals and landlords to report via a digital tax account will be gradually introduced in the near future.

Now is the time you should start considering the implication of digital tax accounts and how prepared you are for the new requirements. This will be of particular concern for business owners who aren't currently using an online accounting system.

Please watch HMRC's introductory video for digital tax accounts below.

Recording accounting transactions in a digital format is easily achieved with the use of online accounting software. For businesses currently using a manual bookkeeping system, we can provide you with the required accounting software, set up and training or alternatively we can take care of the whole bookkeeping process for you.

Read our online accounting case study

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