Scott & Wilkinson Prepare Clients for the Arrival of 'Making Tax Digital'.

Date: 11/06/18

Scott & Wilkinson Prepare Clients for the Arrival of 'Making Tax Digital'.

Over the past couple of weeks, Alan Taylor and Richard Proudlove have hosted a series of in-house seminars for those Scott & Wilkinson clients who will immediately be affected by the arrival of MTD (Making Tax Digital).  Nearly 100 clients and businesses accepted our invitation to attend and hear more about how the new legislation will affect them.

Alan Taylor, who manages the firm’s VAT & Bookkeeping department said, “This department has grown and developed enormously over the last 12 months and with the arrival of MTD, in April 2019, we are working closely with our clients to help them prepare. During the seminars we looked at what Making Tax Digital means to businesses, the software solutions available to them, there were demonstrations and we looked at implementation and associated costs”.

Should any clients who were unable to attend these seminars wish to discuss MTD and how it will affect their business, please do get in touch with either Alan or Richard. Call the Lancaster office on 01524 67111 to arrange a convenient time to pop in and chat things through.


Tim Preece FCCA

Author: Tim Preece FCCA

A former pupil at Lancaster Royal Grammar School, Tim joined Scott & Wilkinson in 1992 as a trainee after completing a degree in Maths and Economics at Leeds University and qualified as an Accountant in 1996. Tim was...

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