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Call Now © Provided by TechRadar Person Doing Taxes With less than six months to go until the official start of the Making Tax Digital (MTD) initiative, many businesses are utterly unprepared for the change, risking major fines through non-compliance, research has found. A report from Intuit QuickBooks states that half of the UK’s SMBs (50%) have never even heard of the Making Tax Digital initiative. The accounting software provider firm recently surveyed 510 small business owners and sole traders that fall into this category, and further found that less than one in four (22%) know what they need to do to even be compliant with MTD. From April 1, 2022, the UK’s VAT registered small businesses and sole owners with a turnover of less than $117,000 will have to start reporting their VAT digitally. Making Tax Digital, soon Most of the respondents (57%) don’t know when they need to comply with MTD rules, while 59% are either unsure, or lacking confidence in managing the switch to MTD. So far, less than a fifth (19%) started planning for the MTD deadline, while a tenth (11%) plan on leaving the task just before the deadline. Among those that haven’t started planning yet, 40% weren’t aware they needed to, a quarter (23%) don’t know where to start, and a fifth (22%) didn’t have the time to be bothered. What’s more - a quarter (27%) of the respondents said they will “never” start planning for MTD. Helping SMBs make tax digital To help small businesses navigate the potentially confusing changes, QuickBooks launched its new QuickBooks Guide to Making Tax Digital – a source of “useful content and expert guidance”. The company said it will be continually updating the guide with new resources, including Ask the Expert video Q&As, webinars, a ‘jargon buster’ glossary, case studies, and how-to-videos. It seems as UK’s businesses have a lot on their plate. Even among companies above the turnover threshold, for which MTD has been mandatory for months now, many are yet to make the jump. Last August, a report from automated "Purchase to Pay" provider, Yooz, found that four in five businesses are simply unprepared. For those businesses, finding compatible tax software seems to be the main issue. While a handful (3%) haven’t even considered adapting to MTD’s requirements, 12% thought about it, but are yet to start. Making Tax Digital is the UK government’s attempt at simplifying, digitizing, and modernizing the tax reporting process. Instead of being required to file one large document every year, businesses will have to keep digital records of their accounts, using only software approved by the HMRC, every quarter. 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For more information on this service, visit https://quickbooksrepairpro.Com/Quickbooks-Canada-to-Quickbooks-US-or-UK.Aspx Melanie AnnMedia RelationsE-Tech136 11 th StBrandon, MB R7A 4J4Melanie@e-tech.Cawww.E-tech.Ca About QuickBooks Repair Pro QuickBooksRepairpro.Com is a leading QuickBooks File Repair and Data Recovery, QuickBooks Conversion, QuickBooks Mac Repair, and QuickBooks SDK programming services provider in North America, serving thousands of business users all over the world. With over 20 years of experience with Intuit QuickBooks, QuickBooksRepairpro.Com assists QuickBooks users and small businesses with a variety of services and work with the US, UK, Canadian, Australian (Reckon Accounts), and New Zealand versions of QuickBooks (PC and Mac platforms). For more information, visit https://quickbooksrepairpro.Com/ This release was published on openPR.© Provided by The Motley Fool Intuit Is Buying Mailchimp. Here's What Investors Need to Know. Software giant Intuit (NASDAQ: INTU) recently announced an agreement to buy email marketing platform Mailchimp. This comes shortly after Intuit's sizable acquisition of Credit Karma. In this Fool Live video clip, recorded on Sept. 30, Fool contributors Toby Bordelon and Matt Frankel discuss the acquisition and whether the company is likely done with big purchases for a while. SPONSORED: 10 stocks we like better than Intuit When our award-winning analyst team has a stock tip, it can pay to listen. After all, the newsletter they have run for over a decade, Motley Fool Stock Advisor, has tripled the market.* They just revealed what they believe are the ten best stocks for investors to buy right now... And Intuit wasn't one of them! That's right -- they think these 10 stocks are even better buys. See the 10 stocks *Stock Advisor returns as of September 17, 2021 Matthew Frankel, CFP has no position in any of the stocks mentioned. Toby Bordelon has no position in any of the stocks mentioned. The Motley Fool owns shares of and recommends Intuit. The Motley Fool has a disclosure policy. Toby Bordelon: Big news from Intuit is Intuit is buying a company called Mailchimp. You may have heard of Mailchimp. That's a marketing service and email marketing platform. They are focused on small businesses really, they help businesses to website, open an online store, do online appointment scheduling, that sort of thing. For their marketing, they do email marketing, digital ads, social media marketing tools. They also offers some business and data analytics, like surveys, accessing recommendations on marketing campaigns you might want to do. The deal is meant to boost Intel's offerings to small businesses. It's really meant to compliment QuickBooks like financial accounting platform they have for small businesses. I meant to accelerate two of their big strategic bats in their strategic plan, which is be the center of small business growth and disrupt the small business mid-market. If you see this slide here from their investor presentation on the acquisitions, you can see how they put Mailchimp and QuickBooks side-by-side, showing how these two together are going to create a more cohesive overall platform with the marketing and customer relationship management that Mailchimp will offer compared to the accounting and financial and HR and payments platform that you can get from QuickBooks. That's really what they're trying to do, create a more robust small business platform. They've been doing acquisitions. They recently also acquired Credit Karma, which goes more to their consumer-focused. Credit Karma is a personal finance app and platform so they've got two things going on here very recently, Credit Karma boosting this personal stuff, the consumer stuff, Mailchimp with a small business thing. They're changing their business. This is not the Intuit of old which used to own Quicken and no longer does and was really no more for TurboTax, they are expanding beyond that, becoming a more full-service operation. In some ways, I don't know, it almost seems like they're setting themselves up to be a competitor to Shopify in some ways. Very different businesses, but they are certainly making a portion that small business online tools and customer and finance management side of things. I think I like what they're doing here. Matt Frankel: Those are two pretty big acquisitions right there. I think Credit Karma was the bigger of the two if I'm not mistaken in terms of dollar wise. Are they running out of money? Do you see Intuit continuing to make bolt-on acquisitions like this or do you see it as getting to pump the brakes and just let things play out as they are now? Bordelon: I don't think they're necessarily running out of money. It's over $100 billion market cap. Mailchimp is about a $12 billion deal. They are financing some of it with debt. It's about, I think $4.5-$5 billion they're taking on a debt. They can handle that but to your question is do you think they're going on a shopping spree? I think they're going to continue to make acquisitions, but I really hope they put the pause on sizable ones for a while, especially when it might require taking on financing. Credit Karma isn't even fully integrated, that's still very recent. It's a big company, but I think they need to take stock of what they have, make sure everything is working well together, is the vision playing out before they tackle any other big deal. It's not enough just to make an acquisition, you've got to make that acquisition work. I want to see them do that with both Mailchimp and Credit Karma before they go big again.
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