MTD - User Guide📖

Follow these steps to extract your Tax details for upload to HMRC.


  1. How to use the MTD Power App

4.1     Login

You should log in to the Power App using your normal Enterpryze credentials.

 

4.2     MTD Extract


 

4.2.2  Quick Select

The MTD VAT Extract provides a Quick Select feature to allow you to choose the appropriate period for the VAT detail extract.

It will default to a Quarterly extract for the quarter ending at the previous month end. If you require monthly or annual returns, select the appropriate Month or Year option. If you wish to extract for a period ending at a different month end the quick select will offer choice of the current and three previous month ends.

After selecting the appropriate period, simply press Go to retrieve the data, this may take several minutes.

 

When data retrieval has completed, the screen will display the list of VAT transactions from Enterprze and their corresponding Hartigan MTD Pro transaction codes. The “MTD Extract” button will also be enabled.


 

4.2.3  Press “MTD Extract”

Pressing the “MTD Extract” button will prompt the user to select the folder where the files will be created.

Two files will be created, with automatically generated file names, one for sales transactions and one for purchase transactions.

These files will contain the delivery data in the required Hartigan MTD Pro format

 

4.2.4  Load the files into Hartigan MTD Pro

Follow the instructions for the Hartigan MTD Pro software to load the sales and purchase transactions and submit them to HMRC.

  • Click on Purchases & Sales
  • Click on Import Purchases 
  • Select the Purchase file generated from Enterpryze MTD and click on Open, then Import
  • Repeat the same steps selecting the Sales Tab, Import Sales, select Sales file and Import
  • Now Generate the Vat Return
    • enter the required Dates for Start Date, End Date & Due Date

  • Now click on VAT RETURN on the main menu, this is to generate your return for submission to HMRC.
    • Now select the Return you just generated and click on Submit Selected Return
  • Watch it here:

 

4.3     Other Options

4.3.1  Customize Selection

The MTD VAT Extract also has the option to customize the date selection beyond the default quick select options.

If you wish to obtain data for a specific period you can select a From Date and To Date in the Customize Selection area and then press the Search button to retrieve the data, this may take several minutes.

When data retrieval has completed, the screen will display the list of VAT transactions from Enterpryze and their corresponding Hartigan MTD Pro transaction codes. The “MTD Extract” button will also be enabled.


4.3.2  View Extract History

The menu button offers the Show History option which allows you to track any previous extracts.

The MTD VAT Extract History includes a list of all the previous extracts obtained via use of the MTD Extract button. The date/time of extract, user who carried out the extract and the period start and end dates are listed.

Expanding the display will additionally show the machine the extract was carried out on and the location of the files where they were originally produced.


 

4.3.3  Check Backdated

The menu button offers the Check Backdated option which allows you to check if any VAT transactions have been entered into Enterpryze after the selected period start date with posting dates before the period start date.

This check is for reference only and does not necessarily indicate any issue. It will simply alert you to the fact that transactions may have been entered during the which would have impacted earlier VAT returns.


 

4.3.4  Check EU Acquisition

The menu button offers the Check EU Acquisition option which allows you to check if any VAT transactions have been entered into Enterpryze after the selected period start date which use VAT codes relating to EU Acquisition.

This check is for reference only and is intended to be used as a check during initial VAT code mapping.

If this check indicates EU/Acquisition VAT is in use particular attention should be paid to the mapping of any VAT Codes used for EU purchases. The mapping of these codes may need to be altered for any company based in Northern Ireland due to differing VAT reporting requirements.

 

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