We have started to claim to be Making Tax Digital Specialists. Back in 1999 David Porthouse devised a spreadsheet system for analysing bank statements by the page which was always right to the nearest penny, and since then he has advanced digital accounting to the point of having a working optical character recognition system for processing bank statements. It is possibly literally true that we were making tax digital when the taxman was wearing a nappy.
The area to watch is interaction with the online tax system. The corporation tax system is pretty good, and David has worked on nothing but companies for several years. However, the other taxes leave something to be desired, and we need checklists and written procedures to fill in the gaps, which we now have. It is always essential after submitting a tax return to make sure that the online view is what we expect it to be. This cannot be taken for granted, and if necessary we will telephone or write a letter (with a Certificate of Posting if needed) to sort things out.