MTD Breakfast Seminars announced

4th January 2019

We are pleased to announce our upcoming Making Tax Digital seminars being held in collaboration with the Suffolk and Cambridgeshire Chamber’s of Commerce.

 

The events will be held on Tuesday 26 February at Ashlar House, Bury St Edmunds from 7.30am-9.00am and Wednesday 27 February at Huntingdon Racecourse, Brampton from 8.30am-10.00am.

 

The seminars will guide business owners through the basics of MTD – what it is, what it means for your business and what actions you must take to ensure your business is compliant with the new legislation put in place by HMRC as of April 2019.

 

Our MTD and Cloud Accounting experts will offer demonstrations of the various accounting software options available, highlighting some of the key features, benefits and reporting that can be drawn and presented. Our team will also be on-hand to discuss the best direction for your individual business needs, with knowledge and experience over a wealth of businesses and industries.

 

To book your FREE place please visit the Suffolk Chamber of Commerce website for the Bury St Edmunds event or the Cambridgeshire Chamber of Commerce for the Huntingdon event.

 

Alternatively, if you would like further information regarding the event or advice from our MTD team please contact Victoria Stokes on 01284 752313 or by email at victoriastokes@whitingsllp.co.uk

 

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