Once again, we’ve put together a helpful list of accounting and tax deadlines for July.

1st July 2023

  1. Final day to submit forms P11D and P11D(b) for 2022/23 to HMRC, with a copy supplied to employees. For late P11D(b) forms, a £100 penalty will be issued for each 50 employees per month.
  2. Share scheme annual returns for reporting events relating to employee share schemes in 2022/23 must be submitted online. £100 penalty will apply for each late return.
  3. Deadline for employees to make good benefits in kind provided in 2022/23 if they are to to avoid being taxed on those items.

19th July

CIS, PAYE and NICs: Monthly deadline for postal remittance.

22nd July

PAYE: last day to pay any outstanding class 1A NIC for the 2022-23 tax year. Payments must be cleared by today. If you send payment by post, it must reach HMRC by 19th July.

CIS, PAYE and NICs: Monthly deadline for electronic remittance.

31st July

  1. Income tax payments on account for 2023/24 are due.
  2. Deadline to confirm tax credit claims for 2022/23 and renew claims for 2023/24.
  3. Corporation Tax Self-Assessment returns for accounting periods ended 31st July 2022 should reach HMRC.

As always, if you are a THP client and you’d like advice about any of these tax and accounting deadlines, please get in touch with your account manager.

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