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Quarterly PAYE and Class 1A NIC payment reminder

20 July, 2017: If you pay PAYE over to HMRC quarterly rather than monthly, payments for the three month period 6 April 2017 to 5 July 2017 should be made to avoid the risk of being charged any late payment penalties.

PAYE paper filers, remember the filing deadline of 19 July

19 July, 2017: The first full quarterly payment summary forms RT2 for the 2017/18 tax year, covering the period 6 April 2017 to 5 July 2017, are due for filing by 19 July. If your form(s) do not reach HMRC by this date they may charge you a penalty.

Being an employer – HMRC offers new webinar dates and videos

13 July, 2017: HMRC are offering help and support to employers with a series of free online ‘webinars’ and YouTube videos.

Employers warned not to fall for exemption certificate scam

12 July, 2017: The following press release has recently appeared on The Pension Regulator's website.

Do you know your tax week from your tax month?

05 July, 2017: If not, you can use our payroll calendar to help you. This breaks down the tax year into tax weeks, tax months and tax quarters. All of this will help you identify the tax period for which your employee is being paid.

Reminder to report expenses and benefits for the 2016/17 tax year by 6 July 2017

04 July, 2017: You need to tell HMRC about any benefits and non-business expenses you’ve provided to your employees during the tax year ending 5 April 2017 by 6 July 2017.

PAYE service issues

23 June, 2017: A summary of PAYE issues

HMRC issue June ‘Employer Bulletin’

23 June, 2017: HMRC have issued the latest Employer Bulletin – ‘Your route to the latest in payroll news‘. In general, these bulletins contain lots of useful information to help employers meet their payroll obligations, such as updates on forthcoming changes to the rules and guidance in dealing with particular payroll issues.

Are you registered for HMRC’s free support emails?

16 June, 2017: ‘Business help and education emails’ is a free service from HMRC. These emails include useful information for employers and are designed to help you understand what you need to do and how to get it right first time. June’s email includes the following key messages.

What to do if you missed the P60 deadline

02 June, 2017: A P60 should be given to an employee no later than 31 May following the end of the tax year.