Making Tax Digital Event Wrap-up

We’d like to thank all of our clients and everyone else who attended our Making Tax Digital (MTD) event on the 7th February.   The event was well attended by over 70 delegates from local companies who came along to find out what impact the new regulations will have on businesses when they come into force this April.

CHW director, Ian Orgill, addressed the delegates to explain how MTD regulations will impact business and explained some of the leading software and solutions which are available.

Commenting on the event Ian said: “Making Tax Digital comes into effect on 1st April and all businesses will have to assess their compliance with the new regulations otherwise they will face the risk of penalties and fines from HMRC. It was great to see so many local companies turn out for the event.

We are grateful to Barclays who joined us to explain how companies can also keep their business safe in the cyber world as they move onto digital platforms to comply with the new laws.”

Any other business owners who are interested in finding out more about Making Tax Digital can contact CHW’s digital tax team which is offering free advice.


This article is for general guidance only. It provides an outline, and may not include points which are important to your situation. You should not depend on this blog without taking advice based on the full facts of your case. The information given was correct at the time of publication.

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