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HMRC and CIPP issue end-of-year advice 18 February 2014

HMRC and the Chartered Institute of Payroll Professionals (CIPP) have teamed up to remind employers of the changes to end-of-year submissions.

A flyer, targeted at employers not affiliated to the professional body for payroll, aims to reassure them as to their obligations around Real Time Information (RTI).

Jointly issued by the Revenue and the CIPP, the leaflet instructs employers as to how to report their end-of-year PAYE information successfully.

Employers are reminded that they may be charged a penalty if they don’t report their payroll information.

The HMRC flyer states: “Now that you are reporting in real time, you don’t need to send a P35 or P14 at the end of this tax year.

“Instead, just send your real-time PAYE submission as normal and answer a few extra questions.

“It is very easy to do. This step-by-step guide shows you how.

“Your payroll software will tell you whether your submission was successful, so please don’t ask us whether we’ve received your submission.”

An online version of the leaflet can be viewed and printed here

The Payroll World Spring Update conference on March 20, will have a session by Alastair Kendrick, tax director at MacIntyre Hudson on how to best handle an HMRC audit - including dealing with penalties, in the light of RTI. For more info and to book your place click here.

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