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Mark has spent over 25 years working in tax and specialises in Personal and Capital Gains Tax.
After beginning his career as a Revenue Officer at HMRC, Mark worked for a number of years as a Tax Senior at an in-house tax department for a UK stockbroker, dealing primarily with high net worth individuals. He joined Thomson Reuters in 2006, working on support and as a Business Analyst before becoming Product Owner for Digital Personal Tax. He now holds the position of Product Manager for Tax.
He and the team are currently working closely with HMRC over the upcoming move to Digital Tax Accounts.
In his latest article, Mark Purdue answers some critical questions about the new version of MTD and what it means for accountants and their clients.
Many firms are laying the groundwork for Making Tax Digital starting with a software assessment, client communication and a client assessment. Here are the 10 steps you need to take to prepare.
The Government has estimated the transitional cost of MTD will be £280 per business – much lower than the estimate given by the Federation of Small Businesses (FSB) at a cost of £2,770 per year per business.