Feb. 27, 2019
7:45 a.m. - 9:30 a.m.
Quarterly networking breakfast event hosted by Wilkins Kennedy and NatWest Bank Plc .
The next East Herts Business Breakfast Club will be taking place on Wednesday 27 February at Halsey Centre in Cheshunt.
We are delighted to be joined by guest speakers Tony Healey and Ross Bartholomew from Wilkins Kennedy's specialist tax team who will be presenting on "Making Tax Digital - is your business prepared?" and "The Impact of Brexit on VAT“.
Making Tax Digital (MTD) - is your business prepared?
With HMRCs planned implementation date for Making Tax Digital (MTD) looming, it is even more important that businesses ensure they are well-placed to meet the changes. From April 2019 most businesses trading above the VAT registration threshold must comply with the MTD rules and will be required to use MTD compliant software to record VAT transactions and returns. In his presentation, Tony Healey, Partner at Wilkins Kennedy will provide an overview of MTD, who is affected and how and the practical steps that can be taken to prepare for the changes in order to ensure your business is MTD compliant..
The Impact of BREXIT on VAT
Ross Bartholomew, Regional VAT Director at Wilkins Kennedy considers the impact of BREXIT on VAT and how it is likely to affect businesses involved in EU trade.
Arrival and registration is at 7.45am followed by breakfast and the presentations starting at 8.30am. The breakfast gives guests the opportunity to ask questions and share ideas with local business colleagues.
Please note that places are limited but if you are interested in attending, please email Barbara Gregoriou to check for availability.
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