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In February 2022 HMRC suddenly withdrew the interactive online PDF form for reporting expenses and benefits for employees (form P11D). Employers were forced to submit their P11Ds electronically or go back to using paper P11D forms.

In the February 2023 edition of the Employer Bulletin HMRC has made it clear that paper P11D and P11D(b) forms won't be accepted for the tax year 2022/23 or any other year. Also, paper amendments for P11D forms for earlier years will be rejected from 6 April 2023.

The deadline for submitting P11D forms for 2022/23 is 6 July 2023.

There are now only two options open to employers to submit P11Ds - both of which are electronic:

  • Use commercial software
  • Use HMRC's PAYE online service

The HMRC PAYE online service can be used for up to 500 employees. HMRC will be running webinars about submitting P11D forms during this month, June, and early July.

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Paul Newbold

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After qualifying with KPMG where he gained significant audit experience, Paul joined Torgersens in 1991 and became the firm’s audit partner in 2000. Paul employs his broad range of financial skills to provide commercial and accounting advice to a range of owner-managed businesses in the independent retail, education and professional services sectors. He also has extensive experience dealing with charities, Registered Social Landlords and not-for-profit organisations and co-operatives.   Outside of work, Paul likes to visit Eastern France and South-West German and read novels by David Morrell, Michael Blake and Harper Lee. He also likes watching films, his favourite is The Shawshank Redemption.

To get in touch please e-mail paul.newbold@torgersens.com.

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