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Temporary reduced VAT rate for hospitality, holiday accommodation and attractions

On 8th July 2020, Rishi Sunak used his Summer Statement to temporarily reduce VAT on soe supplies in the hospitality and tourism sectors.

HMRC Update: Letters to businesses regarding Making Tax Digital

HMRC paused the process of sending letters to businesses regarding signing up for Making Tax Digital due to Coronavirus. They are now resuming this activity.

Why do our customers love BTCHub for filing Making Tax Digital VAT Returns?

When we launched BTCHub, our task was to develop a powerful and simple-to-use Making Tax Digital for VAT product that fulfilled our company mission.

Feature updates to BTCHub

We’re delighted to bring you news of the latest feature updates that make this popular software even better.

HMRC Update: Making Tax Digital scheduled maintenance

HMRC has announced scheduled maintenance taking place over this weekend on their Making Tax Digital services.

HMRC announces extension of soft landing period for Making Tax Digital

The soft landing period for Making Tax Digital for VAT was due to end as of 1st April 2020, However, the period will now extend through to 1st April 2021.

HMRC release report on Making Tax Digital for ITSA and VAT

This blog is the second of two looking at the report released by HMRC to update the public on Making Tax Digital for VAT and ITSA. In this post, we look at the ITSA service.

HMRC release report on Making Tax Digital for VAT and ITSA

HMRC have released a report to update the public on Making Tax Digital for VAT and ITSA. In this post, we look at the VAT service.

HMRC to get serious about MTD for VAT penalties

The soft landing period expires on April 1st 2020 for most UK VAT registered businesses, and the penalties system will be revised to bring it in line with Income Tax and Corporation Tax.

Costs of MTD for VAT for Businesses Revealed

A recent survey carried out by CIOT and ATT has shown that a majority of businesses are spending more than HMRC’s predicted costs to implement Making Tax Digital for VAT.

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