How do I register with HMRC for MTD for VAT?

How do I register with HMRC for MTD for VAT?

Register with HMRC for MTD for VAT 7 days after you have filed and paid for your last traditional VAT return

Register at least one week before your first MTD VAT Return is due.

Register at 

You’ll need:         your Government Gateway user ID and password
                          the VAT number of the business that’s signing up

You’ll receive an email within 72 hours to confirm that you can submit returns using software that’s compatible with Making Tax Digital for VAT.

After you have received the confirmation email authorise the link between GoSimpleVAT and HMRC 

After you’ve signed up, you cannot use the traditional  VAT online services to send VAT Returns.

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