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Brexit. Making Tax Digital. Future Technology. It is certainly an interesting time to be an accountant! Whether you are an accountancy practice or the Financial Director of an SME, there is a lot to prepare for in this tumultuous time. Accountex is the No. accountancy and Finance conference and expo in Europe and is specifically aimed at bringing experts to help you understand ...

Despite the countdown to the planned departure of the UK from the EU now being measured in days rather than months, we are STILL not certain what form leaving will take and what will change if and when we do leave.  However, there is still the prospect that the UK will leave with no arrangements in place which has implications for any company that does any business with the EU. ...

HMRC has been making a lot of changes to their website around Making Tax Digital and the software solutions available for compliant submitting of VAT returns.  Microsoft Dynamics® on the HRMC compatible list We are excited to announce that Microsoft Dynamics 365 Business Central and Microsoft Dynamics NAV have been added to the list of software that is available now for Makin ...

Making Tax Digital (MTD) is giving a lot of business people, especially FD’s and accounting managers, a severe case of a sinking feeling. We are pleased to say that the end is in sight and there is no need to panic – certainly if you are using Dynamics NAV or Business Central. We have written about this recently, however we have been working closely with Microsoft and HMRC to m ...

With the upcoming legislation for Making Tax Digital, we have been working closely with Microsoft on the compliance updates to Dynamics NAV and Dynamics Business Central. In December, Microsoft released their solution for testing. There are a few minor errors which are due to be fixed for a release at the beginning of February. These will need to be tested and approved by Her M ...

This is the latest update on the preparation for Making Tax Digital for Tax and VAT which will require UK VAT-registered companies to submit electronic summary VAT Returns for the first and subsequent VAT Returns for the first-period end after March next year.  There are big developments so read on! HMRC Delays in Implementation Some VAT-registered persons will not be require ...

Making Tax Digital (MTD) is the upcoming legislation that is the big topic of discussion for businesses, accountants, software suppliers, and even HMRC! If you have read any of our previous blogs about Making Tax Digital, you will know that Microsoft has been working with HMRC on how to make their software solutions compliant with the various stages of implementation of MTD. We ...

This blog is relating to the latest update on the preparation for Making Tax Digital for Tax and VAT which will require UK VAT-registered companies to submit electronic summary VAT Returns for the first and subsequent VAT Returns for the first-period end after March next year. Information to be filed There has been further clarity on the information that will be required to b ...

The Making Tax Digital Panic Following the mad panic of GDPR, with many companies panicking over regulations and last minute attempts at compliance, concerns over next year’s requirement by HM Revenue & Customs (HMRC) to make tax digital are already starting to ramp up. In fact, just like with GDPR, many companies are using this hype as a way of cashing in on the next tren ...

The Jobs functionality in Microsoft Dynamics NAV® has been around for many years and from the start it has had the ability to calculate and post Work in Progress (WIP).  This blog looks at what WIP is and how you can reconcile it within NAV.  It assumes you have a basic knowledge of Dynamics NAV and the Jobs functionality within it. Basic WIP Concepts Before going into detail ...

Its’s a common problem.  You run the Inventory Valuation report and, just to be on the safe side, you compare the total with the total of the Inventory accounts in your General Ledger.  What can possibly go wrong?  Yet the two don’t agree!  This blog offers some pointers as to how to identify and correct the differences and offers a backstop fail-safe method for doing this when all else fails.

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