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There's plenty of that I'm sure, but also it's about making sure the outside reflects the changes that have happened internally too.
These are not often about grabbing a new logo, but an overdue acknowledgement that practices (their clients, staff, services, processes...) all evolve over time.
One of my favourite sites, Tom.
Thanks Johnjenkins, Freddie's focus on the issue of ethics and responsibility is an interesting angle here though.
Her point is to keep things on the table, rather than just accept.
BTW - the Survey referenced here can be downloaded here https://tax.thomsonreuters.co.uk/onesource/European-Tax-Tech-Survey-2019/
To add to that Johnjenkins I'd also say that the 'point' of MTD was to allow HMRC to sort it's brown-stuff out and have systems for the next 20 years.
No self respecting tax authority WANTS to be behind the curve.
The impact, I agree, is many and varied...
Depressingly true, Tax Teddy.
Nice article, Trent.
You could well be right. I'm just trying to see if the experiences of others heralds clues as to how things can develop.
Although I couldnt predict a timeline, nor HMRC policy/competency, I would come down on the side of those who might say 'inevitable over time' or at the very least 'thin end of the wedge'
If Spain can get to near live vat reporting...
As long as there is genuine useful utility to be had by being on a mobile that's great. It doesn't necessarily mean that you need 'an app for that'.
Creating a meaningful experience (ie not wanting to delete it, or throw your phone in the bin in frustration) is not always successfully done.
So - inherently useful, easy to use, focused, and regularly updated are pretty good yard sticks. Everything else is probably nice fluff or a highly addictive game (take yer pick)
I'm not sure, but it's giving me the munchies.