Key Deadlines

19th of every month:

PAYE and NIC deductions due for every month ending 5th of every month (If you pay your tax electronically the due date is 22nd of every month)

Filing deadline for the CIS300 monthly return for the month ending 5th of every month.

CIS tax deducted for the month ending 5th .

PAYE (Pay As You Earn) Filing/Issuing Deadlines:

19th May P14, P35, P38, P38A and CIS36
31st May Issue P60s to employees (Only relevant to Employers)
6th July P9D, P11D, and P11D(b), and appropriate copies to employees
19th July Payment due on Class 1A NICs

Self Assessment Returns:

6th April Issued by the Inland Revenue
30th September Inland Revenue will calculate tax liability if SA Return has been received by then.
31st January Latest date for submission

Payments of Income Tax/Class 4 NICs

31st January balancing payment and 1st payment on account
31st July 2nd payment on account
We are able to deal directly with the HM Revenue & Customs on your behalf, as well as offering your firm guidance and assistance in all legal and administrative procedures, so that the burden is lifted from your shoulders.

You have absolutely nothing to lose, but all there is to gain. Ensure your company is on fertile grounds for growth.

Telephone us now to set up an initial meeting which will be completely free of charge and without obligation, or email us with your contact details and we will get back to you as soon as practicable.

Corporation Tax

Nine (9) months and one day after the end of the accounting period (or by quarterly instalments if large company)

Surcharges (on amounts outstanding):

28th February 5% on unpaid at that date
31st July Further 5% on amount unpaid at that date

Penalties for late Self Assessment Returns:

Usually £100, or the amount of the liability if less.

31st January where returns are outstanding at that date
31st July Further penalty (Usually an extra £100) if still outstanding.

VAT Payments:

Most firms pay their VAT quarterly, although you can pay monthly if you wish. If your first quarter is April - June, for example, your VAT payment is due on or before 31st July; so you have a month from the end of you quarter in which to pay.

If, however, you file your VAT Returns online with Her Majesty's Revenue & Customs (HMRC), you get an extra 7 days to both submit and pay your return.
We would need your authority, as your agents, to complete this process for you.

If this is something you would like further information on, or would like to set up, please contact us or have a look at the HMRC website.