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mike-williams
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Im wanting to file a Partnership Tax Return for a 2 partner firm. Does intuit have software to do this or can u recommend software that much simpler than Sage? Mike

 
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GeorgiaC
QuickBooks Team

Im wanting to file a Partnership Tax Return for a 2 partner firm. Does intuit have software to do this or can u recommend software that much simpler than Sage? Mike

Hey mike-williams,

 

 

You can use our bridging software to submit group VAT - this means you would not use the account to record transactions but can upload your final figures from a spreadsheet to submit to HMRC.

 

 

Thanks

mike-williams
Level 1

Im wanting to file a Partnership Tax Return for a 2 partner firm. Does intuit have software to do this or can u recommend software that much simpler than Sage? Mike

My Problem has nothing to do with filing a VAT Return

 

I want to file an Annual Partnership Tax Return of Profits/Losses and Capital Gains

 

My question is does Intuit have software that can do this?

REgards

Mike 

Mark_R
QuickBooks Team

Im wanting to file a Partnership Tax Return for a 2 partner firm. Does intuit have software to do this or can u recommend software that much simpler than Sage? Mike

I appreciate you getting back to us, @mike-williams.

 

As of this time, QuickBooks MTD software only supports VAT Return and Payroll taxes. And I'd like to redirect you to HMRC to get this addressed right away.

 

Since we don't support the filing of the Annual Partnership Tax Return, I recommend reaching out to HMRC. This way, they can help you file a Partnership Tax Return and provide additional information regarding this matter.

 

Also, in case you want to submit FPS to HMRC in QuickBooks, feel free to read this article for your future reference: Submit FPS to HMRC in QuickBooks Online Standard Payroll (UK).

 

Please know that you can always get back to this post if you have additional questions. We're always here to help.

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