Starts in 4 Days, 20 Hours
24th October 2019 5:30 pm - 8:30 pm
Making Tax Digital with Andy Gilliland & Anthony Bradbury
Thursday 24 October 2019
It is the ambition of HM Treasury to make the UK “one of the most digitally advanced tax administrations in the world”. With effect from April 2018, all businesses with a turnover of £10,000 or more have been required to maintain their accounting records on digital software (including receipts) and file business tax and VAT returns at least quarterly and directly via a software platform. With effect from October 2019 (delayed from April 2019), VAT registered businesses must also maintain their VAT records digitally and submit these via API software on a ‘live’ basis.
Making Tax Digital (MTD)
This practically focussed workshop looks at the requirements of making tax digital and real time tax reporting in answer to specific questions relating to accounting:
1. How, when and why do I need to register my business with the Tax authorities?
2. What do I have to record and report for tax purposes?
3. When and How must I report?
4. What help is available?
5. What about software, what do I need, what works, what costs and which to choose?
Andy trained in Audit, Accounting and Tax planning and worked for a ‘top 4’ Management Consultancy company, specialising in Top and Bottom line growth and business development. Later, as a managing partner of a corporate financial services provider, he specialised in working with a range of clients on new business finance, start-up and growth. After moving to Leeds Trinity University to teach Accounting and Finance he maintained an interest in entrepreneurship, business growth and development, working with the Northern Leadership Academy, Business Link and the Regional Development Agency on projects to deliver advice and assistance to range of businesses across the North of England.
Anthony Bradbury FCCA, partner at Hollins, Crowe, Storr & Co LLP, Accountants and Tax Advisers.
Thursday, 24 October 2019, 5.30 – 8.30pm.
Registration is available from 5.00pm with tea, coffee and biscuits.
Leeds Trinity University
Businesses up to three years old with a desire to grow are eligible to attend this event. You might also be eligible for support through the Ad:Venture programme, including access to free workshops and funding.
Please register for a ticket above and answer a few questions to check eligibility. We’ll contact you to confirm your attendance if you are eligible for this workshop.
Leeds Trinity University is proud to be part of Ad:Venture a business support programme aimed at helping businesses in the Leeds City Region with real growth potential to achieve their ambitions. We are looking to support businesses that have ambitions to grow and create jobs. The project is supported by the 2014 to 2022 European Regional Development Fund Programme.
If you have any questions, or for any further information, please contact Louise Miller, Ad:Venture Project Manager at Leeds Trinity University.