Are you ready for Making Tax Digital for Income Tax Self-Assessment?

From April 2026, landlords and self-employed businesses, with annual business and/or property income above £50,000 will need to record and report their Income Tax information digitally each quarter – followed a year later by those with annual income in excess of £30,000.

This landmark change is part of the ongoing Making Tax Digital (MTD) strategy from HM Revenue & Customs, which has already changed the landscape for VAT.

Millions of taxpayers will be affected by the new MTD requirements that change how you:

  • Report and record Income Tax through Self-Assessment
    •    Prepare Self-Assessment information for HMRC
    •    Are penalised for non-compliance

To help you get to grips with these upcoming changes, we have prepared a helpful guide:

Download our MTD for Income Tax Self-Assessment Guide

Need help preparing for MTD for Income Tax Self-Assessment? Speak to us.

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