Feb. 27, 2019
6 p.m. - 8 p.m.
With less than 3 months until the implementation of Making Tax Digital (MTD), businesses need to decide how they will digitalise their records in order to meet HMRC requirements ahead of April 2019.
Wilkins Kennedy and Barclays Bank are delighted to invite you to our event, 'Making Tax Digital and cyber security - is your business prepared?' at the Porsche Centre Portsmouth on Wednesday, 27 February 2019.
This event will provide you with an overview of MTD and the practical steps that can be taken to prepare for the changes. It will also provide a detailed guide on how you can identify cyber threats and ensure your business is safe and protected in this new chapter of the digital age.
Making Tax Digital (MTD) - Suzy Campbell, Outsourcing Manager, Wilkins Kennedy
From April 2019 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. Suzy will cover;
Cyber security - Alex Douglas, Digital Engagement Manager, Barclays
Alex will provide an overview of cyber security and what it means for businesses. He will discuss the main cyber threats and how to prevent them, providing tangible steps to stay safe and secure online. He will also provide further insights on the additional support and information that is available to help SMEs tackle cybercrime.
You will have the opportunity to discuss MTD and cyber security with our experts, as well as network with fellow attendees.
To book your place please contact email email@example.com or call Claire on 01329 220 554
If you have any queries or dietary requirements, please contact Claire Langham-Brown. We do hope you can join us.
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