Key tax & accounting deadlines to 31 August 2024

As we move through the tax year, here’s a reminder of the approaching tax & accounting deadlines affecting businesses.

June 2024

1 June – Deadline for corporation tax payment for accounting period ended 31 August 2023

1 June – Updated advisory fuel rates published

7 June (10th if paid by direct debit) – VAT returns and payments for quarter ended 30 April 2024

14 June – CTSA quarterly instalments due for large companies with a year end May, August, November, February

19 June – Postal payment of Class 1A NICs and PAYE, or 22 June if payments made electronically

30 June – Deadline for submission of corporation tax returns for accounting periods ending 30 June 2023

July 2024

1 July – Deadline for corporation tax payments for period ended 30 September 2023

6 July – Deadline to submit 2023/24 P11D’s and Employment Related Securities Returns

7 July (10th if paid by direct debit) – VAT returns and payments for quarter ended 31 May 2024

14 July – CTSA quarterly instalments due for large companies with a year end June, September, December, March

19 July – Postal payment of Class 1A NICs and PAYE, or 22 July if payments made electronically

31 July – Deadline for submission of corporation tax returns for accounting periods ending 31 July 2023

31 July – Payment date for 2nd payment on account for personal self-assessment

August 2024

1 August – Deadline for corporation tax payments for period ended 31 October 2023

7 August (10th if paid by direct debit) – VAT returns and payments for quarter ended 30 June 2024

14 August – CTSA quarterly instalments due for large companies with a year end July, October, January, April

19 August – Postal payment of Class 1A NICs and PAYE, or 22 August if payments made electronically

31 August – Deadline for submission of corporation tax returns for accounting periods ending 31 August 2023

How Curo can help your business

As a full-service offering, Curo offers the latest advice on all areas of tax & accounting deadlines, taxation and beyond. As we emerge from the Covid pandemic with all the financial and economic challenges it presents, many businesses are still not taking advantage of the support and opportunities available, such as R&D tax reliefs. We can help you understand what help is available and work towards optimising the business’ overall tax position. Please contact [email protected] or call 01527 558539 to discuss how we can help.