Dates for your diary

Here are some tax and accounting deadlines you need to be aware of over the next two months:

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30 September 2015

  • Corporation Tax Self-Assessment returns for accounting periods ended 30 September 2014 need to be filed with HMRC.
  • Private companies with accounting periods ending 31 December 2014, and public companies with accounting periods ending 31 March 2015 will need to file their accounts with Companies House.
  • Deadline for businesses to submit claims to reclaim EU VAT incurred during 2014 

 1 October 2015

  • Returns for properties now caught by ‘Annual Tax on Developed Dwellings’ (ATED) meaning those with values between £1 million and £2 million, will need to be submitted for 2014/15 tax year.

 5 October 2015

  • Deadline to notify HMRC if you need to file an income tax self-assessment return for the tax year ended 5 April 2015.

 31 October 2015

  • Deadline to file paper income tax self-assessment returns for 2014/15 tax year. The deadline is extended to 31 January 2016 if you are able to file electronically.
  • Deadline to pay ATED for properties of values between £1 million and £2 million.
  • Corporation tax self-assessment returns for accounting periods ended 31 October 2014 need to be filed with HMRC.
  • Private companies with accounting periods ended 31 January 2015, and public companies with accounting periods ended 30 April 2015, need to file their accounts with Companies House.

 30 November 2015

  • Corporation tax self-assessment returns for accounting periods ended 30 November 2014 need to be filed with HMRC.
  • Private companies with accounting periods ended 28  February 2015, and public companies with accounting periods ended 31 May 2015, need to file their accounts with Companies House.

 If you miss any of the above deadlines, you could be liable to pay penalties.