Jack came back from an accounts and tax refresher course a few days ago looking very full of news.
He's heard rumours that HMRC are meeting in October to discuss whether MTD will go ahead in April 2019 in its present form.
After he'd shared that with us, we debated it amongst ourselves.
Paul's certain it won't go ahead. "I've been saying that for months, Allie. You know that. Listen to Paul. I've seen this all before. Mark my words. There will be no MTD in April 2019."
Maria believes they've come too far now to stop and it will go ahead. "No, Paul. They won't stop it now. They'd look so stupid if they stopped it. They're not going to lose face like that."
Me? Well, I'm not sure. I'm waiting to see what does actually happen. At the moment it's all conjecture and rumour.
We haven't made a campaign to tell our clients about MTD yet, because Henry believes it's for HMRC to tell business owners that they have to keep their books digitally and use a different filing system to send their VAT returns.
"Why should we do that, Allie?" he said when I asked him about it a few weeks ago. "They're changing the rules, let them tell business owners. Why should we spend our time doing that? I can't charge our clients for doing that, and I'm not taking the overhead."
I think he has a fair point.
So at the moment we're waiting to see what news we get in October as to whether MTD will or won't happen...