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FULLY SUBSCRIBED: “Hi Ho Silver Lining” – Making Tax Digital and Moving to The Cloud… in Partnership with Baldwins

Thursday, 28th February 2019, 18:00 to 20:30

Venue : Wynyard Hall, Wynyard, TS22 5NF

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Baldwins have been preparing for Making Tax Digital (MTD) for the past two years and are now on the final countdown to the first businesses being required to submit tax information online in April 2019.

The message is loud and clear that MTD is coming and is not going away. Andrew Rowe, Software Solutions Partner for Baldwins North East, will guide you through the changes and key implications for businesses and individuals.

Businesses will be faced with a choice of various electronic accounting software available from many of the big suppliers. Andrew will discuss the various opportunities and recent developments in the world of cloud accounting, while Greg Hare, Tax Partner, will give an update on the latest tax developments.

There are limited places for this event so early booking is recommended.

Running order for the evening is as follows:

6.00pm Registration with Tea/Coffee, light supper and open networking
6.30pm Welcome and introduction from Jane Reynolds, Chair, TVBC
6.40pm Making Tax Digital presentations by Andrew Rowe and Greg Hare, Baldwins
7.40pm Business Card Exchange and Networking
8.30pm Event close

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Attendance to this event is without charge for members and eligible guests*. Please bring plenty of business cards.

Presenter Biogs:

Andrew Rowe - Andrew is a trusted adviser who works in close partnership with a wide portfolio of clients, large and small, across all sectors delivering a service that far exceeds traditional accounting. Andrew has been involved is the introduction, and continued development, of our cloud-based accounting service, which has been designed to ensure that our clients have access to their financial records at a time that suits them

Greg Hare - Greg’s experience spans corporate and non-corporate taxation for businesses from start-up and family companies, through to “multi-nationals” (both in-practice and in-house), as well as high net worth individuals across the full spectrum of personal taxes (UK and overseas). Areas of activity include advice on transactions and business structuring, remuneration and wealth planning and dealing with enquiries from tax authorities.


Member invitations will be issued by direct email.

Guest booking: We enable six guests to attend each of our events,with all places allocated on a first come first served basis. All guest places have been filled for this event.