Tax Diary February/March 2021

1 February 2021 – Due date for Corporation Tax payable for the year ended 30 April 2020.

19 February 2021 – PAYE and NIC deductions due for month ended 5 February 2021. (If you pay your tax electronically the due date is 22 February 2021)

19 February 2021 – Filing deadline for the CIS300 monthly return for the month ended 5 February 2021. 

19 February 2021 – CIS tax deducted for the month ended 5 February 2021 is payable by today.

1 March 2021 – Due date for Corporation Tax due for the year ended 31 May 2020.

2 March 2021 – Self assessment tax for 2019/20 paid after this date will incur a 5% surcharge.

19 March 2021 – PAYE and NIC deductions due for month ended 5 March 2021. (If you pay your tax electronically the due date is 22 March 2021)

19 March 2021 – Filing deadline for the CIS300 monthly return for the month ended 5 March 2021. 

19 March 2021 – CIS tax deducted for the month ended 5 March 2021 is payable by today.

Source: HM Revenue & Customs Mon, 25 Jan 2021 00:00:00 +0100

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