I know of a couple of clients who have managed to tweak their MAC to use VT - but I've no idea how it was done.
Might be something to do with a split screen or log in or something..............So sorry not much help other than the solution is out there!
Mine is just above the VT XBRL button & in the properties says Built 11 June 2019.
I am using a new version of Excel and had to download the VT add ins again & I have today filed the first VAT Return under this method.
You could just write to HMRC and just state the facts - that the company has not made any money and that its currently being struck off.
Unless their is a CT liability there shouldn't be a need to file any accounts.
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What we have found for some of our Easy MTD VAT (https://easymtdvat.com) clients is that they are unable to submit VAT returns because they simply haven't signed up for Making Tax Digital for VAT...
That would be the first thing I'd check!
Exactly this. I thought I had problems with VT but it turned out the client hadn't signed up for MTD - this was assumed as she had registered from the 1st April, so this might be your problem?
VT are usually very helpful, so surprised about your comment.
I'm still struggling as have been waiting for nearly 3 weeks for our activation code to add the VAT services to our new Agent Account.
However, I have signed up a couple of clients to MTD via their own GG log in and that was straight forward.
Thanks. I'm not using her GG log in details but she added me as an additional team member/user which in turn gave me my own log in to her account. Authority was granted to VT by me logging in with my own details.
However, she registered for VAT on the 1st April and I assumed she automatically was enrolled in MTD but maybe not - I can't tell when I log in ! I suspect this is the problem, so I'll investigate this further.
I'm not sure as I've only just started using this and we normally only get one cheque at a time now anyway. The easiest way round would be to bank the cheques individually to they appear separately on the bank account, unless that was a real faff.
You can manually enter the cheque received against the invoice and then when the bank feeds flows through in a few days times it picks up what's already been posted.
I've only just found this out myself and it works - I was worried it would be double posted as a bank receipt, but it doesn't seem to be the case.
We've been using VT Final accounts for sole traders, partnership and companies for many years now.
It looks very professional and because its spreadsheet based you can very easily tweak it to your requirements.
For instance I didn't like the detailed profit and loss account and have changed the templates to suit.
You just need to be a little careful not to muck up the formulaes.