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VAT Software | Making Tax Digital

VAT as easy as ABC

Submit your VAT in line with HMRC’s Making Tax Digital rules. QuickBooks accounting software helps you stay compliant. Plus, new SmartScan™ technology checks your VAT for common mistakes.

Making Tax Digital ready
Desktop screenshot showing how a submitted VAT return with QuickBooks VAT software

Value-added software

QuickBooks accounting software calculates the VAT you owe and reminds you when it’s due. Our SmartScan™ technology checks for common mistakes and lets you make an online submission directly to HMRC.

No more data entry

Swap manual data entry for digital data transfer. Save time and say goodbye to typos and hello to faster, accurate VAT returns. QuickBooks supports standard, cash and flat-rate schemes.

"Unbelievably simple. I have never submitted any Making Tax Digital for VAT return ever before but I honestly couldn’t believe how easy it was. Few mouse clicks and it was all over. Shouldn’t have worried!"

Nick, AutoAudio
Desktop screenshot showing a preparation of a VAT return summary with QuickBooks VAT software

Always know how much you owe

Log in to your account anytime, anywhere using your smartphone, tablet or computer. See exactly what’s due with our real-time dashboard and calculate your VAT-related expenses.

"So simple to use makes my life a lot easier as everything can be done literally within minutes."

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Desktop screenshot showing a VAT return summary with QuickBooks VAT software

Made for Making Tax Digital

QuickBooks is recognised by HMRC and designed in line with new MTD regulations. You can run new SmartScan to check for common errors and make an online submission directly to HMRC.

"A well-designed, robust application. With functionality that criss-crosses accounting and non-accounting domains, this is definitely a winner and a keeper."

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Let SmartScan™ check your VAT

Our clever tech spots common errors, duplicates and anomalies in your VAT. Run SmartScan™ at any time and be more confident when you submit your VAT to HMRC through QuickBooks.

"SmartScan is a great way of summarising everything that goes into the return without having to review everything for the quarter"

Tom Ridgway, Wyvern 3D Ltd

Spend more time developing your business

  • Detailed VAT reports

    Get an in-depth picture of what you've paid and what you owe.

  • Personal notifications

    Never miss another VAT deadline. You'll get a reminder when your return is due.

  • MTD compliant

    Your records will be fully compliant with HMRC's Making Tax Digital rules for VAT.

There's a plan whatever your business needs

Simple Start

£12
£6 /mo
First six months
No obligation, cancel anytime
Add on QuickBooks Online Payroll

Standard Payroll

£4/mo

+ £1 per paid employee /month

Advanced Payroll

£8/mo

+ £1 per paid employee /month

Essentials

£20
£10 /mo
First six months
No obligation, cancel anytime
Add on QuickBooks Online Payroll

Standard Payroll

£4/mo

+ £1 per paid employee /month

Advanced Payroll

£8/mo

+ £1 per paid employee /month

Plus

£30
£15 /mo
First six months
No obligation, cancel anytime
Add on QuickBooks Online Payroll

Standard Payroll

£4/mo

+ £1 per paid employee /month

Advanced Payroll

£8/mo

+ £1 per paid employee /month

Need multiple accounts? Call us on 0808 168 4246.

Frequently asked questions

  • Do I need to register my business for VAT?

    That depends on your turnover (excluding VAT-exempt products). Every UK business with an annual VAT taxable turnover of more than £85,000 needs to be registered. You can voluntarily register for VAT if your turnover is below the £85,000 threshold.

  • Can I submit a VAT return through QuickBooks as soon as I sign up?

    Yes. As long as you've uploaded all your relevant data and have registered for a VAT online account with HMRC.

  • Can I still use QuickBooks for my VAT return when the new reporting system starts next year?

    Yes. Our software is designed to be fully compliant with the Making Tax Digital (MTD) laws that came into force in April 2019.