Dates To Remember April – June 2018

2018/2019 financial year starts

7 April 2018

Deadline for VAT returns and payments of Accounting Quarter period ending 28 February 2018

14 April 2018

Income tax due date for CT61 period to 31 March 2018

17 April 2018

March inflation figures released The inflation figures from March 2018 will be released today. This will be pertinent for anyone repaying a student loan, as it will form the basis of how the student loan interest rate is calculated from September 2018 – usually, it’s the March RPI figure plus 3%.

19 April 2018 

CIS, NICs and PAYE HMRC payment due

1 May 2018

Payment of tax for companies with a 31 July year end

7 May 2018

Deadline for VAT returns and payments of Accounting Quarter period ending 31 March 2018

19 May 2018

CIS, NICs and PAYE HMRC payment due

31 May 2018

Employers must have distributed 2017/18 P60 documents issued to employees by today, having previously filed your payment information to HMRC in April.

1 June 2018

Payment of tax for companies with a 31 August year end

7 June 2018

Deadline for VAT returns and payment Accounting Quarter period ending 30 April 2018.

19 June 2018

CIS, NICs and PAYE HMRC payment due

 

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17th April 2018

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