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Tuesday 20th March 2018

April deadline dates for tax and Companies House


 1 April 2018
  • Payment of corporation tax liabilities for accounting periods ended 30 June 2017 for small and medium-sized companies not liable to pay by instalments.
 5 April 2018
  • 2017-18 tax year ends.
  • Ensure personal allowances, exemptions and tax bands are used efficiently.
  • Deadline to pay previously unpaid class 3 National Insurance contributions for 2011-12.
 6 April 2018 
  • Start of 2018-19 tax year.
  • Ensure payroll and other systems are updated.
  • Personal allowances increased to £11,850.
  • The lifetime allowance for pensions savings rises to £1,030,000.
 7 April 2018
  • Due date for VAT returns and payment for 28 February 2018 quarter (electronic payment).

 14 April 2018

  •  Forms CT61 to be submitted and tax paid for the quarter ended 31 March 2018.
19 April 2018
  •  Payment of PAYE, NIC, construction scheme industry and student loan liabilities for month ended 5 April 2018 if not paying  electronically.
  •  Payment of PAYE liability for quarter ended 5 April 2018 if average monthly liability is less than £1,500.
21 April 2018
  •  File online monthly EC sales list.
 22 April 2018
  •  PAYE, NICs and student loan liabilities should have cleared HMRC’s bank account.
 30 April 2018
  •  Companies House should have received accounts of private companies with 31 July 2017 year end and public limited companies with 31 October 2017 year end.
  •  HMRC should have received corporation tax self-assessment returns for companies with accounting periods ended  30 April 2017.

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