Accountants Help to keep HMRC’s Making Tax Digital Free and Simple

Businesses must now provide their quarterly VAT returns via the HMRC’s new Making Tax Digital scheme and are being urged to consider using the free to use, HMRC recognised Magic Tax solution, developed by KFA Connect.

Annette Rees, Manager and accountant at Jenny Barnes & Co Ltd, a Hampshire based firm of Chartered Accountants and Chartered Tax Advisers, has experience with the key accountancy software packages. 

Recognising that not all of their clients need full software packages, they will either use Magic Tax to send the required spreadsheet information to HMRC as part of their service or encourage the businesses to upload to Magic Tax themselves.

“Either way, we can keep the process of providing what is essentially the same information they did prior to Making Tax Digital, within a simple easy to use process without any additional cost”. 

Annette Rees
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(L-R) Annette Rees from Jenny Barnes & Co and Nicki Smith from KFA Connect discuss Magic Tax

KFA Connect are trying to raise as much as possible for Marie Curie

Nicki Smith, Sales and Marketing Manager at KFA Connect, the IT Software Solutions company who developed Magic Tax, said that the reason they developed the free bridging software was to raise funds for Marie Curie.

“We are pleased that Annette and the team are willing to encourage the use of our bridging software.  The more businesses that use Magic Tax, the more voluntary donations we hope to generate for Marie Curie via our JustGiving link.  

The total is growing all the time as new people use the service – as well as repeat donations from registered users.”

Nicki Smith
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Marie Curie

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