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This is a summary of the various dates you should be aware of:
To be filed at Companies House within 9 months of the year-end. (Earlier dates apply to the first year).
The annual return (AR01) is prepared at the anniversary of the company’s incorporation, it is then due 28 days after this date.
The Corporation Tax Return (CT600) and annual accounts must be sent to HMRC within 12 months of the year-end. (Earlier dates may apply in the first year).
Payment of Corporation Tax is due 9 months after the year-end. (Earlier dates may apply in the first year).
These are due approximately five weeks after the end of each quarter. As an example:
The P11d and P11d(b) are due after the end of each tax year. They should reach HMRC by 6th July after the end of the tax year.
These deductions from salary should be paid 14 days after the end of the period. Assuming that the company is eligible for quarterly payments they will be due by:
Class 1A National Insurance Contributions – this relates to National Insurance on certain benefits in kind such as company cars. If this applies this payment is due by 22nd July following the end of the tax year.
The personal Self Assessment Tax Return is normally due with HMRC by 31st January after the end of the tax year.
Any taxes due must be paid by 31st January after the end of the tax year.
Payments on Account are made twice a year, on 31st January and 31st July.