What will become of George Osborne’s digital dream?
A statement from HMRC confirmed last week that the tax authority has had to shuffle the pack and prioritise key Brexit projects at the expense of its digital taxation transformation programme.
However, the Revenue is still adamant that MTD for VAT will roll out as planned in 2019.
To discuss the details and what this could mean for accountants was a full cast of AccountingWEB editors, including global editor John Stokdyk and tax editor Rebecca Cave.
With two weeks before the great and the good of accountancy descend on London’s docklands for Accountex, the team also discussed the merits (or otherwise) of trade shows.
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Finally, the pod looked at how to tackle the scourge of unproductive meetings, following Tesla founder Elon Musk’s pronouncement that employees should just get up and walk out if they’re not getting value from office gatherings.
Enjoy the podcast, and if you’d like more information on the topics discussed here are the links:
- Making Tax Digital for Individuals delayed by Brexit redeployments
- Register for the free ‘What’s ahead on the road to Making Tax Digital’ webcast
- Unproductive meetings Any Answers thread
- HMRC issued 6,000 APNs in error
- Sage swings the axe as profits fall
- Philip Fisher column: How to increase your practice's profitability
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