One of the stragglers in Lord Carter’s march to universal online filing is the P11D Expenses and Benefits form and its siblings. While online versions and filing mechanisms are available, it is still possible to submit P11Ds and P11D(b)s on paper.
With government, business and accountants all looking for more efficiencies, it’s time for HMRC’s expenses and benefits forms to go fully digital. If you have not already done so, time is short – this article tells you how to go about it.P11D efiling tips
HMRC’s website advises that P11Ds should be filed for directors and employees earning £8,500 or more per year (including benefits). The deadline is 6 July.
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