Chartered South West accountancy firm, MHA Monahans is on hand in Trowbridge next week to help Wiltshire businesses navigate the major digital changes coming into force as part of HMRC initiative, Making Tax Digital.
From its offices on Court Street, experts from MHA Monahans will be leading FREE workshops on three of the key changes and the business implications they bring.
On Monday 16 April, Lynne Harrison, business services manager at Monahans, will be taking businesses through the world of cloud accounting and demonstrating well-known software that will help businesses manage their accounts and prepare for the changes.
On 17 April, Simon Tombs, managing partner at Monahans, will take businesses through all they need to know about HMRC’s plans for Making Tax Digital and the resulting changes to VAT reporting and recordkeeping requirements.
Finally, on 18 April, the trio of workshops will end with a look at cyber security. Jake Holloway of Crossword Cyber Security (MHA Monahans’ cyber security partners), will be helping businesses assess their risk of malicious attacks and taking people through the steps they can take to make their customers confident about doing business online.
Simon explained: “The changes coming into force are some of the biggest that businesses have seen and will have a far-reaching impact on how people track and report their accounts. These short, free workshops will give businesses the knowledge and confidence to meet these changes head-on and be prepared for the future.”
The workshops take place each day from 10am until 11am and again from 2pm until 3pm. More information and bookings can be made at www.monahans.co.uk or by speaking to events assistant, Immy Hellawell on 01225 785520.
Making tax Digital will come into effect in April 2019.
Pictured above: Simon Tombs