NEWTH TALKS TAX - JUNE: Tax writer of the year John Newth solves your tax questions

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AccountingWEB's tax writer of the year, John Newth, gives the definitive answer to your tax queries.

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PAYE and P11D penalties

It's that time of year, when HMRC come looking for penalties and interest, either rightly or wrongly, in connection with Forms P35 and P11D.

Angel, on 20 June 2006 raised the issue, of P35s submitted late, but where no tax or NIC was due. However, 100 penalty notices had been received. Were...

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