BoE is making the User Acceptance Testing (UAT) environment available for reporters to test submissions of Form AS and Form FV, in advance of submitting via the BEEDS portal in September. The UAT environment is being made available to test the new Form AS and Form FV taxonomy version 1.1.0, which was released earlier this year. The dates have been now confirmed and the window will be available from Monday, July 06, 2020 to Thursday, July 16, 2020. Further information related to on-boarding for the test window will be sent out shortly. The deadline for first reporting of both forms on the new taxonomy will remain September 01, 2020 for the first and the second quarters in 2020 reporting periods.
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