Making Tax Digital Seminar (Monmouth)

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Date/Time
Date(s) - 27/06/2017
8:30 am - 10:30 am

Location
Shire Hall

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We are pleased to announce we are holding a series of Making Tax Digital Seminars during June 2017 to inform and discuss the impact of HMRC’s new policy. If you are unincorporated, incorporated or just interested in what this new policy is about then please read on.

The seminars will cover:

  • What is “Making Tax Digital” and the details that have been currently released by HMRC;
  • Who will it affect? If you have sales of more than £10,000 and are either VAT registered, a sole trade, partnership or trading as a Limited company then you will be affected;
  • When will this be brought in? There are various deadlines on when you must comply with the “Making Tax Digital” policy. Depending on your business structure will depend on the deadline to be met;
  • What actions do you need to do now? Review your record keeping and the policy is dependent on reporting your results to HMRC.

The seminars are intended to be informative, informal and there will be time allocated for an open forum. We recommend that if you think you are affected then planning is key to ensure you are ready.

This event is free to attend. Book your place today!

If you should have any queries please do not hesitate to contact us on 02920 549939 or [email protected].

Bookings

Bookings are closed for this event.

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