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Digital Tax In Construction

Digital Tax In Construction

If you run a VAT-registered business with a taxable turnover above the VAT registration threshold (currently £85,000) you are required to keep digital VAT business records and send returns using Making Tax Digital (MTD) compatible software for VAT periods starting on or after 1 April 2019.

Businesses with a taxable turnover below the VAT threshold can also sign up for MTD for VAT voluntarily. This also applies to other VAT entities, such as charities, government bodies and limited companies. “If you don’t have a taxable turnover above the VAT threshold i.e. you have registered for VAT voluntarily, it might be sensible to wait and continue to file as you do now.” The MTD for VAT pilot started in April 2018 and is currently in a private stage, available only to invited volunteer VAT businesses and their agents. This is so we can work with software providers, testing our systems and their products on a small scale before opening MTD to a wider audience.

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