Knowledgebase Support HMRC Useful links
Knowledgebase home
Tax Return Production
Accounts Production
Practice Management
VAT Filer
Anti-Money Laundering
Support home
Video Training Guides

Hot Topics
SimpleStep Guides
Release Notes
Known Issues

HMRC Status
Useful Links
MTD for Agents MTD for Businesses What is MTD
Agent Services Account
MTD for Income Tax
Digital Record Keeping
Quarterly Updates
Step-by-step Guide
HMRC's MTD Timeline
TaxCalc's MTD Journey
VAT Filer
Replacement of 0845 numbers with 0345 ones
We have now fully replaced our 0845 numbers with 0345 equivalents. We have switched only the initial two digits in every case so, for example, our main support line has changed from 0845 5190 882 to 0345 5190 882. Almost all customers will pay slightly less for a call to these numbers than they...
rating 23 Oct, 2019 Views: 822
How do I apply for authorisation to file through TaxCalc?
If you plan to use TaxCalc (or HMRC Online Services) to submit your clients’ VAT returns, you must sign up for HMRC’s VAT for Agents online service. To do this, read VAT online services for agents and Applying for client authorisation using HMRC Online Services on the HMRC website. Once...
rating 22 Sep, 2017 Views: 796
What information is available from HMRC APIs for VAT?
What data can be requested from HMRC for VAT? Obligation periods – under MTD, it is no longer possible to create your own VAT periods in TaxCalc. These have to be retrieved from HMRC using their Get Obligations API. Payments & Liabilities – if payments and liabilities have been...
rating 15 Nov, 2018 Views: 456
How to comply with HMRC digital links requirements for MTD for VAT
For businesses mandated into Making Tax Digital (MTD) for VAT in April 2019, HMRC granted a twelve-month ‘soft landing period’ to allow businesses time to get their systems digitally linked so they are complying with the full MTD for VAT requirements. However, due to the impact of Coronavirus...
rating 23 Jul, 2020 Views: 105
Is TaxCalc approved by HMRC for filing?
Yes, TaxCalc is approved by HMRC including the following. Please note we will be listed as Acorah Software Products Ltd (TaxCalc). Self Assessment commercial software Making Tax Digital for VAT
rating 01 Aug, 2019 Views: 62

Prev Next →
1 2