Staying on the ball with the latest accounting, tax and compliance deadlines helps you stay organised with your returns. Here are the deadlines and cut-off points for Q4 of 2022 to add to your diary.
NOTE: If your company’s accounting period is longer than 12 months, the first tax payment deadline is normally 21 months and 1 day after your accounting period started, and the second one is 9 months and 1 day after your accounting period ends.
For example, a company with an accounting period running from 01/12/2020 to 31/03/2022 will pay the first tranche of corporation tax by 01/09/2022 and the balance by 01/01/2023.
If your profits are more than £1.5 million, then tax is payable quarterly with two payments before the end of your accounting period and two after. The first payment is normally six months and 13 days after the start of the period, with the others three-monthly from that point.
Some general deadlines to plan for:
- Enterprise Management Incentives (EMI) schemes ‘notice of options granted’ to be submitted: within 92 days of grant
- Submit your self-assessment tax return (if filing a paper copy): 31 October 2022
- Make Capital Gains Tax payment for gains on residential property: 60 days after completion
- PAYE and National Insurance payments due: 19th calendar day of the month after end of month or quarter as applicable (22nd for electronic payments).
Talk to us about hitting your deadlines
If we’re looking after your payroll and tax returns, we’ll be monitoring these dates and deadlines automatically – but don’t forget that you remain legally responsible for meeting all deadlines.
Keep an eye on all the upcoming deadlines and check the upcoming dates for all relevant activities. Pay particular attention to those where we don’t carry out the task for you. Missing a compliance deadline can result in fines and penalties, so it’s good practice to keep everything well-organised and on time.
All information provided in this article is for informational purposes only and is not intended to substitute for obtaining accounting, tax, or financial advice from a professional accountant. It should in no way be considered as advice provided by Hawthorne Tax Consultancy or any of its principals. All information is deemed to be correct at the time of writing.