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Employer Annual Return

Employer Annual Return is due by 19 May following the end of the tax year. Filing your employer annual return is very important and is required for all businesses with employees.  Your employer annual return must be filed online and all liabilities should be paid by the 19th April.  By the 31st May you have to give all employees a P60 form

How we can help

If you would like to discuss any of the above please contact KRA ……… Accountants by entering your details on this link LINK   so we can arrange a No obligationFREE initial meetingat your premises or our office to carry out a business review.

If you are interested in instructing us we will offer you a FIXED FEE accountancy service with no hourly charges or hidden costs.

Thousands of small businesses require payroll solutionswhich ensure their staff wages calculations are correct and that they get paid on time.  KRA Payroll Solutions will ensure that ourpayroll systems avoid penalties and that the salary calculations for your business are fully compliant with HMRC regulations.

How we can help

If you would like to discuss any of the above please contact KRA ……… Accountants by entering your details on this link LINK   so we can arrange a No obligationFREE initial meetingat your premises or our office to carry out a business review.

If you are interested in instructing us we will offer you a FIXED FEE accountancy service with no hourly charges or hidden costs.

How we can help

As part of our service to client companies, we undertake on receipt of written instructions to keep the company’s statutory records up-to-date and forward the annual return and accounts to the company for approval before submitting them to the Registrar of Companies.

If you would like to discuss any of the above please contact KRA ……… Accountants by entering your details on this link LINK   so we can arrange a No obligationFREE initial meetingat your premises or our office to carry out a business review.

If you are interested in instructing us we will offer you a FIXED FEE accountancy service with no hourly charges or hidden costs.

 

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If you are registered as an employer and operate a PAYE scheme, then an Employer Annual Return (also known as the P35) is due by 19th May following the end of the tax year. If your PAYE Return is filed after the 19th May each year then you will have to pay a PAYE penalty. Filing a return online is nowadays compulsory for almost everyone and please note that CIS contractors must also submit a monthly CIS tax return  that they have withheld and/or suffered.

It is important to submit a return properly before the deadline. There have for some time been PAYE penalties in place for the late submission of the Employer Annual Return, which are calculated on the basis of the number of whole months the return is submitted late – the later it is the more the penalty will be. But in addition to this, HMRC have from 1st May 2010 also introduced a new penalty regime for the late payment of PAYE liabilities during the course of each tax year, as they fall due.

Nothing to report
If a registered employer has not had any employees in the tax year, and so has effectively not operated a PAYE scheme, a P35 still needs to be submitted. In the past that would have meant a ‘nil return’ being submitted in the normal way but for 2009/10, HMRC have introduced a new online facility for employers to declare that they have no Employer Annual Return to make.