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Tax Calendar: Important Dates & Deadlines December 2016 - Jan 2017

Now updated with January's dates, here's a list of important tax dates and deadlines for the coming months.

December 2016 

  • 30th Online deadline for 2015/16 self assessment tax returns for those who wish HMRC to collect tax owing (if under £3,000), through the employees 2017/18 PAYE tax code.

Below dates are relevant for Employers only

  • 19th (22nd if paid electronically) PAYE, Nat. Ins.,Student Loan & C.I.S. Monthly deductions due.

January 2017

  • Jan 31st - Deadline for online return of your 2015/16 self assessment form. £100 fine if its late regardless of whether tax owing or not. See our Self Assessment Guide for tips on making your return.
  • Jan 31st - Balance of 2015/2016 tax return due, also first payment on a/c of 2016/2017.
  • Jan 31st - Supplementary 2015/16 forms P35 to be filed, and any liabilities paid, if corrections were required under IR35 rules. (Contractors)
  • Jan 31st - Last chance to renew tax credits for 2016/17 tax year.
  • Jan 31st - Deadline to make any amendments to 2014/15 tax return.

Below dates relevant for Employers only

  • Jan 19th (22nd if paid electronically) - PAYE, Nat. Ins.,Student Loan & C.I.S. Monthly deductions due.
  • Jan 19th, (22nd if paid electronically) -  4th quarter PAYE/Nat. Ins. payments due for period 6th Oct to 5th Jan2017.

Note January 31st is a standard HMRC deadline for various claims and returns, for employers, employees and self employed. We only list the main ones, but make sure you do not miss this deadline. 

If there are any relevant tax dates we are not presently including in our tax calendar, please feel free to contact us to request their inclusion.

This article was published in our Tax Calendar section on 04/12/2016.

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