Tax Year Key Dates Calendar – Internal

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Glossary 

  • FPS – Full Payment Summary.
  • EPS – Employer Payment Summary.
  • CT61 – form used to claim income tax return, interest return and return on alternate finance payments
  • CIS – Construction Industry Scheme.
  • NIC – National Insurance Contributions.
  • PAYE – Pay as you earn.
  • P60 – A P60 form is a statement showing how much you have earned, and the amount of tax you have paid in the last tax year.
  • P11D – A P11D form is sent to HMRC outlining the cash value of any work-related taxable expenses and taxable benefits you’ve received over the tax year (6 April-5 April). These are only benefits or expenses that have not already been included in your wages.
  • P11D(b) – P11D(b) tells HMRC how much Class 1A National Insurance you need to pay on all the expenses and benefits you’ve provided.
  • Form 42/ERS (Employment Related Securites) Annual Return – A return submitted to HMRC each year to report certain share transactions involving employees or directors.

HMRC Deadlines

  • VAT – Due and payable one month and 7 days after the end of the VAT period.
  • Annual Accounts & Corporation Tax – Annual Accounts due to Companies House 9 months and one day after company year end and Corporation Tax return due 12 months after company year end.
  • Self Assessment – Due 31 January following the end of the tax year.
  • P11D – 6 July following the end of the tax year.

Internal Deadlines

  • Bookkeeping – 14th we finish all bookkeeping confirmed by the 6th. Accounts to be sent on the 15th we send.
  • Annual Accounts we aim to prepare and send to client within 3months of year end, and submit whenever client responds but before deadline.

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