Key tax & accounting deadlines to 31 May 2024

With the end of the tax year approaching, here’s a reminder of the approaching tax & accounting deadlines affecting businesses.

March 2024

1 March – Deadline for corporation tax payment for accounting period ended 31 May 2023

1 March – Updated advisory fuel rates published

7 March – VAT returns and payments for quarter ended 31 January 2024

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

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

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

April 2024

1 April – Deadline for corporation tax payments for period ended 30 June 2023

5 April – End of tax year 2024

7 April – VAT returns and payments for quarter ended 28 February 2024

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

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

19 April – Deadline for submitting final 2023/24 RTI Submission

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

30 April – Deadline for submitting ATED returns for 1 April 2024 – 31 March 2025 and paying any charge due.

May 2024

1 May – Deadline for corporation tax payments for period ended 31 July 2023

7 May – VAT returns and payments for quarter ended 31 March 2024

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

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

31 May – deadline to give P60’s to your employees for the 2023/24 tax year

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.