● Payment of corporation tax liabilities for periods ended 31 December 2016 for small and medium-sized companies not liable to pay in instalments.
● HMRC must be advised of income tax or capital gains tax liabilities for 2016-17 if a tax return or notice to file has not been received.
● Due date for VAT return and payment for 31 August 2017 quarter (electronic payment).
● Form CT61 to be submitted and tax paid for quarter ended 30 September 2017.
● Quarterly corporation tax instalment for large companies depending on accounting year end.
● Monthly EC sales list (paper return).
● Pay PAYE/construction industry scheme liabilities for month ended 5 October 2017 if by cheque.
● File monthly CIS return.
● PAYE settlement agreement tax/class 1B National Insurance contributions liabilities if paying by cheque.
● Payment of PAYE liability for quarter ended 5 October 2017 if average monthly liability is less than £1,500.
● File online monthly EC sales list.
● Submit supplementary intrastat declarations for September 2017.
● PAYE/National Insurance/student loan/CIS payments if being paid online.
● Electronic payment of PAYE for quarter ended 5 October 2017 if average monthly liability is less than £1,500.
● Electronic payment of PAYE settlement agreement liabilities.
● Deadline for submission of 2016-17 paper self-assessment tax returns.
● Deadline for individuals with PAYE income to request a self-assessment tax return for 2013-14 under ITEPA 2003, s 711.
● Companies House should have received accounts of private companies with a 31 January 2017 year end.
● Companies House should have received accounts of public limited companies with a 30 April 2017 year end.
● HMRC should have received corporation tax self-assessment returns for companies with accounting periods ended 31 October 2016.
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