Plan out the Key Dates for your Business Reply


There are so many things to remember when you have a company, accounting dates, vat dates, paye dates, corporation tax, self assessment dates, the list seems endless. The only way to keep on top of the dates is to put them in your diary.

I found this link http://www.businesslink.gov.uk/bdotg/action/keydates

Business Link can generate all your key dates, the results look like this

July 2012

05/07/12 Ensure agreement is reached with HM Revenue & Customs re Class 1B voluntary settlement.
Find out more: National Insurance: an introduction
PAYE and NICs
06/07/12 Ensure copies of P9D/P11D are with employees. PAYE and NICs
Submit P11D(b), P9D and P11D forms to HM Revenue & Customs.  
Report shares/securities information to HM Revenue & Customs.
Form 42 is provided by HM Revenue & Customs for this purpose.
Find out more: Share schemes – Opens in a new window
 
22/07/12 Pay PAYE, NICs, student loan deductions and deductions for payments to subcontractors for the month up to the 5th of this month electronically.
Find out more: PAYE for employers: the basics
PAYE and NICs
Pay Class 1A NICs shown to be due by your form P11D(b), electronically.  
31/07/12 If you need to make a Self Assessment payment on account, this is the date for your second payment.
You won’t have to make payments on account if your tax bill for the previous year was less than £1000, or if more than 80 per cent of your income tax for the previous year was deducted at source.
Find out more: Tax return deadlines and penalties
Self assessment

You can then print the list and pin on the wall or fridge and pop the dates in your diary.

Brilliant!

It could save you a fortune in late filing penalties

steve@bicknells.net

 

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