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Can I enter simple figures in QB VAT Return Form for MTD without having entered sales or expense data (I do that in a another spreadsheet) and submit to HMRC?

 
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Re: Can I enter simple figures in QB VAT Return Form for MTD without having entered sales or expe...

Hi there, manny-hussain.

 

Sales or expenses should be entered in QuickBooks Online (QBO), so that the system will generate a VAT return form for MTD and submit it to HMRC.

 

As a workaround, you can use our bridging solution feature that will help import the final values (9 boxes) of the VAT return from a CSV file into QBO. From there, it can be submitted to HMRC via MTD.

 

See the QuickBooks MTD bridging solution - FAQ article for more information.

 

I'm also linking this article that will help you in the future: Submit a VAT return in QuickBooks.

 

Keep me posted if you have any follow-ups. I'm always around to help. Wishing you a good one.

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Re: Can I enter simple figures in QB VAT Return Form for MTD without having entered sales or expe...

Hi there, manny-hussain.

 

Sales or expenses should be entered in QuickBooks Online (QBO), so that the system will generate a VAT return form for MTD and submit it to HMRC.

 

As a workaround, you can use our bridging solution feature that will help import the final values (9 boxes) of the VAT return from a CSV file into QBO. From there, it can be submitted to HMRC via MTD.

 

See the QuickBooks MTD bridging solution - FAQ article for more information.

 

I'm also linking this article that will help you in the future: Submit a VAT return in QuickBooks.

 

Keep me posted if you have any follow-ups. I'm always around to help. Wishing you a good one.

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Re: Can I enter simple figures in QB VAT Return Form for MTD without having entered sales or expe...

Thank you so much for your answer Jane. We have not yet entered all the date across into QB so this advice will help greatly. Will have a look at that bridging option. Cheers.