Magic Tax is Aiming High in 2020.
We’ve pledged to raise our fundraising total to £10,000 by the end of 2020 for Marie Curie.
KFA Connect launched its Making Tax Digital bridging software solution ‘Magic Tax’ in April 2019 and since then many companies have registered to use the service and have benefited from the FREE solution.
The Bournemouth Echo has published an article today about how Magic Tax is helping businesses of all sizes to comply with HMRC’s Making Tax Digital for vat legislation with 100% of any proceeds going to Marie Curie through voluntary donations.
“We are delighted to team up with KFA Connect on their fundraising initiative.“It’s great that they have created such a useful service and are using it to raise money for Marie Curie which will help us provide care and support to people living with a terminal illness and their families.
“After the success of 2019, we are excited to see how this initiative will grow in 2020. Thank you to the KFA Connect team and everyone who has used Magic Tax and donated so far.”Sally Sansom – Marie Curie Community Fundraiser, Hampshire
The KFA Connect team are determined to help as many businesses as possible to comply with the new legislation with Magic Tax and raise as much as possible for the charity in the process.
It’s easy to register and start using Magic Tax. Sole Traders or smaller businesses who have no accounting software and larger companies where their current system may either need development work or an upgrade to be compatible with the legislation would all find Magic Tax very useful – either as an interim or long-term solution.
Even Accountants and Bookkeepers are finding it easy to use the solution to file with HMRC as an Agent on behalf of their clients. Multiple companies can be managed from just one MAgic Tax dashboard too.
£180.00 would provide 9 hours of nursing support in someone’s home through the night – bringing the expert care and comfort families need.
£90.00 would pay for half an evening’s care in a person’s home when they need it most.
£20.00 would pay for one hour of vital nursing care for someone living with a terminal illness in the comfort of their own home.