I have a book-keeping client with a tiny one man band company that did very little last year.
In April 2011 we submitted the P35 for a client. In October 2011 with no explanation HMRC penalised the client for £400 for non-submission of that P35. We appealed and our appeal was upheld.
Just received in the post today a penalty notice for £100 for a client whose P35 was filed on 21 May 2012.
For some companies, the advent of Real Time Information over the next 12-18 months means this week will see the final performance of the annual P35 ritual where P35 returns must be submitted to
I know that the P35 deadline is 19 May. But is the week's grace period still around such that the penalties don't cut in until May 26?
A family who have been employing a nanny have just realised that a P35 needs to be done for 2011-12. They are not yet registered as an employer.
HMRC has agreed a new approach to PAYE late filing penalties with professional tax bodies to lessen the number of companies receiving notices for £400+ fines in September each year.
Have you had your requests as yet to file your clients' 11/12 P35s? We had a ream of them in early February last year, via the online system, of course. But nothing so far this year? Are they no
Just had an email from Custom Forms with prices to buy P60. Are HMRC not providing them for free this year?