Breakfast Briefing by Naylor Wintersgill: Tax Changes ahead
Breakfast Briefing by Naylor Wintersgill: Tax Changes ahead.
Naylor Wintersgill are pleased to invite you to our next free Breakfast Briefing event on Thursday 20th September 2018 at The Midland Hotel in Bradford.
This event will help you to make sense of the latest tax issues affecting you, your business and your customers as well as guiding you through what's on the horizon in the world of tax.
Part One - Chris Gumbley FCA ATII
Tax expert Chris Gumbley will be covering the latest topical tax issues focusing on the biggest change set to affect the UK tax system - Making Tax Digital (MTD).
MTD legislation for VAT will become compulsory for businesses (including sole traders, landlords, trusts, partnerships, limited companies and charities) with turnover in excess of the VAT registration threshold from 1st April 2019. With this major legislative change coming into force soon, Chris will explain how this will affect businesses in practical terms and outline the preparatory actions you may need to take.
Although MTD for other taxes is not thought to be coming into effect until at least April 2020 and full details are still to emerge, it’s very much a case of when, not if, MTD will fundamentally affect the way business records are kept and income is reported to HMRC.
Part Two - Colin Whitehead FCA
If you haven't already made your move to a cloud accounting software package, our director and cloud accounting expert Colin will be explaining why considering a switch early will ensure you are best placed to deal with the changes ahead. He will be discussing the benefits of cloud accounting and will be demonstrating live just how powerful the software can be.
8am - Registration, breakfast sandwiches (inc. a vegetarian option) and refreshments
8.30am - Presentation by Colin and Chris followed by Q&A's
9.30-10am - Networking and close
How to book your place:
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