Making Tax Digital – Ely Seminar

10th April 2017

Is your turnover more than £85k and you are a sole trader, partnership or landlord? If so you will need to comply with making tax digital from April 2018. Now is the time to start using software to ensure you are used to a new programme ahead of filing live returns to HMRC.

Our Ely office still has spaces on their second free seminar at 11am on Tuesday 11 April 2017. If you would like to book a place please contact Amanda Newman at  amandanewman@whitingandpartners.co.uk or ring the office on 01353 662595.



 
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