Employee benefits? Submitted your P11Ds? All forms have to be submitted to HMRC by the 6th July 2014. Avoid penalties by making sure you get these in on time.

Any outstanding Class 1 NICs & PAYE for the 2013/2014 tax year need to be received by HMRC Accounts Office by the 19th July for postal payments and electronic payments need to be cleared by the 22nd July. From this date penalties will be applied and interest added.

The Tax Credit deadline is also fast approaching. If you haven’t already completed your return you only have until 31st July. Make sure you have taken in to account all your employment expenses when calculating your earnings figure used to work out your entitlement.

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