Making Tax Digital
4 hour course
Classroom: £269 +VAT per person
For businesses over the VAT registration threshold, Making Tax Digital started in April 2019. This represents the first phase of the UK Government's plan to become one of the world's most digitally advanced tax administrations. However, many people are still not fully aware of the impact it has on their business and the various software solutions which need to be considered.
It is vital that all businesses understand the changes and what further developments we can expect in the future. This essential course will guide you through everything you need to know about Making Tax Digital and what procedural changes you need to put in place to ensure you are compliant with the new requirements.
It will cover the following key areas...
“UK Training courses are always good value for money. All the essential information, imparted with excellent notes provided. ”
“Lots of very useful information provided. Very knowledgeable instructor who was able to provide full insightful answers to questions.”
“Comprehensive insight into MTD along with good practical advice. Steve was approachable and knowledgeable.”
“Very informative. The presenter was very knowledgeable and made VAT interesting!”
Business Support Manager
“Very interesting course - learnt a lot that I was unaware of before today. Thought provoking and very worthwhile course.”
“Very good course. Met my expectations and gave me good advice on what I should look out for with software.”
The course will benefit people in the finance function including Financial Controllers and Tax Managers, and in particular people who have a responsibility for completing the VAT return processes. It will also benefit IT people who have a responsibility for their organisation’s financial systems.
Steve has his own accounting practice and also provides consultancy services and part time FD work for SME’s. Previously, Steve was the Group FD at George & Harding Construction for 8 years and SCA Group for 7 years. He is a Fellow of CIMA (FCMA, CGMA) and has attained the CIMA full practicing certificate. In 2010 he became an Assessor for the CIMA Practicing Certificate as part of a panel of 12 assessors. He is also a Fellow of the Institute of Directors, Fellow of the Chartered Management Institute and Founder Member of Progressive Property Network (Bournemouth).