Making Taxation Digital is approaching fast for businesses across Ireland and Northern Ireland, so it's time to make some changes before you are forced to change.
There is no question about it, sooner or later all businesses in Fermanagh, Tyrone, Armagh, Antrim, Down and Derry/Londonderry will need to move all financial accounting systems over to the cloud. This is because:
In the UK the current Government proposals for Making Tax Digital will make this compulsory for all businesses very soon.
Even if you are not in the UK, some countries are already ahead of the UK tax authorities with the move to digital, and the rest will follow at some point.
Cloud accounting adoption is gathering momentum and in the not too distant future software companies will stop supporting desktop systems.
Making Tax Digital is approaching fast, so why not make the change before you're forced to change.
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