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HMRC toughening up on RTI late submissions with penalties …. even if not correct

Paul Chappell
Written by
Monday, 26 November 2018 07:43

Since the introduction of Real Time Information (RTI) for PAYE in April 2013, HMRC have allowed a large amount of leeway for late submission of weekly, fortnightly, 4 weekly and monthly reports of payroll information.

RTI changes

Jack Shaw
Written by
Monday, 27 January 2014 10:39

In April 2013 we saw the introduction of the Real Time Information (RTI) by HMRC.

Election payrolls –a hot topic

Richard Rowell
Written by
Monday, 13 January 2014 00:00

The announcement of the withdrawal of the ELECT PAYE scheme for election payrolls and the requirement to operate normal PAYE and RTI has caught a few people on the hop.

The announcements from HMRC late last year went further than expected.

Payroll Year End - What happens now and what are the penalties?

James Kitching
Written by
Wednesday, 16 October 2013 12:53

With the introduction of RTI the payroll year-end procedure has changed, slightly. 

Part of RTI meant that the year-end procedure has been stretched throughout the year, instead of making one P35 submission and P14’s submission before the 19th of May. Full Payment submissions and Employer Payment submissions must be made throughout the year.

Real Time Information Implementation – Fond Memories?

Sam Woods
Written by
Friday, 12 July 2013 11:25

I am being careful not to suggest that every Payroll Outsourcing Company had the same preparation process prior to April 6th 2013. I am being careful when I suggest that some provider’s preparation process was little more than waiting for the date with apprehension armed with a HMRC helpline number set to speed dial. I can say with the utmost confidence that Dataplan Payroll Limited were ‘RTI Ready’.

Big Brother (HMRC) is now watching

Paul Chappell
Written by
Wednesday, 01 May 2013 16:26

And he has a new way to penalise you!

One downside with HMRC's new RTI regime, apart from the extra administration costs, is that they now hold information about PAYE and NI due in real time.

RTI in practice - So far so good

Richard Rowell
Written by
Thursday, 25 April 2013 09:56

HMRC's launched their new RTI system on 5th April and after a few technical niggles, primarily around filing of information for 2012/13 all seems to be progressing smoothly.

We have transferred our 1000+ clients or "on boarding" as the process is known. This has been through a process of submitting an Employee Alignment Submission (EAS) for every customer. And we have now completed a significant number of Full Payment Submissions (FPS) without a hitch.

RTI latest - HMRC confirms penalty regime

Stewart Waddell
Written by
Monday, 21 January 2013 09:51

Launching on 6 April the penalty regime for late and inaccurate returns have been published by HMRC.

HMRC have confirmed that they will give most employers 12 months to get to the new real time reporting regime before they implement the new penalties.

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