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20 Feb 2014

Employers' final PAYE submission for 2013-14

With the end of the 2013-14 tax year approaching, employers will soon be making their final 2013-14 PAYE submission. This year, employers should not complete a P35 or P14

Employers' final PAYE submission for 2013-14

With the end of the 2013-14 tax year approaching, employers will soon be making their final 2013-14 PAYE submission. This year, employers should not complete a P35 or P14.

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

For most employers, the final submission will be their final Full Payment Submission (FPS). This is the one telling HM Revenue & Customs (HMRC) about the very last employee payment for 2013-14.

The tax year ends on 5 April 2014 so, for most employers, their final submission will be made on or before that date on an FPS.

Sending the final real time PAYE submission is very easy to do:

  1. Identify the final submission.
  2. Complete additional questions and declaration on your final submission.
  3. Send the final submission in the same was as a usual real time PAYE submission.

For a step-by-step guide please see HMRC's flowchart 'Making your final submission of the year'.

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