Depending on the customers’ type of business, depends on their need to comply with Making Tax Digital rules.
HMRC launched MTD back in 2019 for businesses above the £85,000 VAT threshold. As the tax years continued, more and more businesses were added to the MTD list, with smaller and self-employed businesses needing to comply in just a few years.
Take a look at the Making Tax Digital timeline to understand the upcoming deadlines and when these will apply to your customer base.
As your customers’ strategic financial adviser, they will turn to you to understand Making Tax Digital's rules and requirements.
Use Making Tax Digital as a way to start conversations with your customers, letting your customers know the changes and processes ahead of their deadline.
Not only will this reduce the stress of any changes months before the deadline takes place, but you will strengthen your customer relationships and show your customers that your firm is their trusted expert.
Start the conversation now and show your customers you’re not there for data-inputting and sorting out documents, but you’re a trusted adviser helping their business grow.
Reduced data-inputting, reduced time chasing customer documents and overall improved document accuracy. Increase how your firm spends your hours and redirect staff to more valuable business areas.
Be proactive and ahead of your competitors by discussing Making Tax Digital with your customers right away. Show your customers you’re there for their interests and to strategically guide them.
Not everyone will understand Making Tax Digital and why should they? That’s your job. With new deadlines and requirements approaching, reach out to businesses that will need to comply and show what your firm's services and expertise can do for them.
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