Answer a few simple questions and we’ll tell you if you’re ready for MTD.
Find out if MTD for VAT will affect you
Is your business VAT-registered?
Is your annual taxable turnover below £85,000?
Have you signed up your business for Making Tax Digital for VAT?
How do you currently prepare your VAT returns?
You're not affected by MTD for VAT because you're not VAT-registered.
Prepare now with Sage Accounting
Digitise your bookkeeping now ahead of further changes and save hours on admin tasks.
However, MTD changes to Income Tax Self Assessment and Corporation Tax will soon follow.
Sign up to Sage Accounting and connect it to HMRC so that you can easily submit your returns.
Once you’ve registered
If you haven't yet registered and you're not exempt, you could be fined. Register your business for MTD at the HMRC website without delay.
MTD for VAT rules required you to register for MTD for VAT by April 2019.
Unless you’re exempt, you need to register your business at HMRC’s website by 1 April 2022.
You need to act quickly to comply with Making Tax Digital for VAT.
With Sage Accounting you can easily collaborate with your accountant in real-time.
Your accountant should be submitting your first full quarter VAT return after the 1st April deadline using:
Check your accountant is compliant for MTD for VAT.
Ready to get started with Sage Accounting?
If it’s not listed on the HMRC website as MTD-compatible, it might be time to look for another solution. You have two options:
Make sure your software is compliant.
You can achieve more with Sage Accounting.
If you're using spreadsheets you have two options:
You need to digitise your bookkeeping. You have two options: