There are a number of key dates to look out for in October especially in relation to taxes.
Take a look and make sure you don’t get caught out by being late with payments and deadlines to avoid penalties and fines and missed opportunities.
1 October 2015
Corporation tax due for Company accounts year ended 31 December 2014
5 October 2015
Deadline for notifying HMRC of new sources of taxable income or gains or liability to the High Income Child Benefit charge for 2014/15 if no tax return has been issued.
Carrier Bag charges begin in England for large retailers for single use carrier bags minimum charge of 5p
7 October 2015
Filing and payment deadline for VAT returns for quarter ended 31 August 2015
19 October 2015
PAYE, NIC and Student loan deductions due for the month ended 5 October 2015 (22 October 2015 if you pay your tax electronically)
Filing deadline for CIS300 monthly return for the month ended 5 October 2015
CIS Tax deducted for the month 5 October 2015 is payable by this date
31 October 2015
Latest date you can file a paper version of your 2015 Self Assessment tax return and also if you wish HMRC to compute your tax liability and/or if tax underpaid is to be collected by adjustment to your 2016/17 PAYE code.
Alison obtained a First class degree in Accountancy and Management at UCLAN University. She then went on to qualify as a certified accountant in 2006 and became a founder member in 2011.
Alison trained at a practice in Liverpool and, within her 10 years there, she developed as an accounts manager and obtained a varied portfolio of clients which has provided her with a range of experience in accounts, audit, VAT and taxation. Alison specialises in giving sound jargon-free advice to a range of small and medium sized businesses.
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