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According to VAT Notice 700/22: Making Tax Digital for VAT you can make adjustments to VAT submission. 
Below the excerpt from the notice 

Where you are allowed or required to adjust the input tax claimed or output tax you owe according to the VAT rules you must record this adjustment in functional compatible software. Only the total for each type of adjustment will be required to be kept in functional compatible software, not details of the calculations underlying them.

If the adjustment requires a calculation, this calculation does not have to be made in functional compatible software. If the calculation is completed outside of functional compatible software then digital links are not required for any information used in the calculation. However using software for all your calculations will reduce the risk of errors in your returns.

The following rule has the force of law:

Where the input tax claimed or output tax due on a supply has been changed as the result of an adjustment you do not need to amend the digital record of the supply.

S4FN SAP MTD Add-On provides this flexibility via UK MTD Cockpit. After you create the VAT Submission Record you can adjust it by creating a total adjustment value record for the boxes.




Making Tax Digital Making Tax Digital is the government’s plans to make it easier to submit their tax. HMRC is aiming to be one of the most digitally advanced tax administrations in the world. Making Tax Digital is one of the ways to achieve this purpose.
With UK MTD, it will be more effective more efficient easier for taxpayers to get their tax right.

VAT-registered businesses with a taxable turnover above the VAT threshold are now required to use the Making Tax Digital service to keep records digitally and use software to submit their VAT returns for VAT periods that started on or after 1 April 2019.

The exception to this is a small minority of VAT-registered businesses with more complex requirements. As part of planning for the VAT pilot, HMRC continued to engage with stakeholders and listen to their concerns about business readiness for Making Tax Digital. We have made the decision to delay mandatory for these customers until 1 October 2019 to ensure there is sufficient time to test the service with them in the pilot before they are mandated to join.

HMRC has published a VAT Notice  which explains the rules for Making Tax Digital for VAT and about the digital information that must be kept.

You can access the VAT notice from HMRC’s Page for UK MTD VAT Notice.

S4FN has prepared an add-on for your MTD UK needs. You can check if from UK MTD product page.

Making Tax Digital (MTD) in the UK, is HMRC’s new digitally advanced tax system. In the first phase, MTD focuses on VAT and all businesses with a turnover above the VAT threshold are required to keep digital records and submit VAT returns electronically through MTD compliant software like S4FN MTD UK SAP add-on.  

Reporting Format: The electronic format needs to be a structured XML format or an unstructured PDF format.  

When & Who is Impacted:
  • VAT period starting on or after 1 April 2019.
  • VAT registration threshold of £85,000 will need to keep VAT records digitally and file their VAT returns.

Who is not impacted:
  • Businesses who are not VAT registered.
  • Businesses who are exempt from online VAT submissions.
  • Making Tax Digital will not be mandated for taxes other VAT until at least April 2020.
  • Businesses with a taxable turnover below the VAT threshold in the twelve months leading up to 01.01.2019 or any twelve month period
  • Which data need to be filled:
  • Box 1: VAT due in the period on sales and other outputs
  • Box 2: the VAT due in the period on acquisitions from other member states of the EU
  • Box 3: total VAT due
  • Box 4: VAT reclaimed in the period on purchases and other inputs (including acquisitions from the EU)
  • Box 5: net VAT to pay to HMRC or reclaim
  • Box 6: total value of sales and all other outputs excluding any VAT
  • Box 7: the total value of purchases and all other inputs excluding any VAT
  • Box 8: total value of all supplies of goods and related costs, excluding any VAT, to other EU member states
  • Box 9: total value of all acquisitions of goods and related costs, excluding any VAT, from other EU member states
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