November 2014

2nd Deadline for submitting P46(car) for employees whose car/fuel benefits changed during the quarter to 5th October 2014
19th PAYE, Student loan and CIS deductions are due for the month to 5th November 2014
   

December 2014

19th PAYE, Student loan and CIS deductions are due for the month to 5th December 2014
30th Online filing deadline for submitting 2013/14 self assessment return if you require HMRC to collect any underpaid tax by making an adjustment to your 2015/16 tax code
   

January 2015

19th PAYE quarterly payments are due for small employers for the pay periods 6th October 2014 to 5th January 2015
19th PAYE, Student loan and CIS deductions are due for the month to 5th January 2015
31st Deadline for submitting your 2013/14 self assessment return (£100 automatic penalty if your return is late) and the balance of your 2013/14 liability together with the first payment on account for 2014/15 are also due
   

February 2015

1st Additional penalty for failing to submit your 2012/13 self assessment return
2nd Additional 5% late payment penalty on any 2012/13 outstanding tax due on 31st January 2014 still remaining unpaid
2nd Deadline for submitting P46(car) for employees whose car/fuel benefits changed during the quarter to 5th January 2015
19th PAYE, Student loan and CIS deductions are due for the month to 5th February 2015
   

March 2015

2nd 5% late payment penalty on any 2013/14 outstanding tax due on 31st January 2015 still remaining unpaid
19th PAYE, Student loan and CIS deductions are due for the month to 5th March 2015
31st Last minute planning for tax year 2014/15
 



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