I have been checking through my e-mails from HMRC confirming receipt of form P35 just to double check that I have not managed to miss a client. A significant number of emails have not arrived (som
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?
When you apply for a PSA, do you write on behalf of your client (ie will HMRC accept a request from us) or do you get your client to send in the application, signed by them?
Employer Further Guide to PAYE and NICs CWG (2012) page 14 states:
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