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Key tax dates for UK tax year 2018

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Key tax dates for UK tax year 2018 - Handpicked Accountants

In the UK the tax year runs from 6 April to the following 5 April, so that means that a new tax year will start on 6 April 2018. Within the 2018-19 tax year there are a number of important financial dates that you may need to observe.

5 April 2018

Deadline for claiming your PAYE refund for the 2013-14 tax year

5 April 2018

Deadline for claiming overpaid self-assessment tax for the 2013-14 tax year

6 April 2018

Start of the 2018-19 tax year

6 April 2018

First day that you can file your 2017-18 self assessment tax return

31 May 2018

P60s for the 2017-18 tax year issued to employees

6 July 2018

P11Ds for the 2017-18 tax year issued to employees

6 July 2018

Deadline for payment settlement agreements for 2016-17 tax year

31 July 2018

Deadline for 2nd self assessment payment on account payment for 2017-18 tax year

5 October 2018

Deadline to register with HMRC if you became self-employed or received any other income for which you should submit a self assessment tax return in the 2017-18 tax year

31 October 2018 (midnight) 

Deadline for submission of paper self assessment tax return for 2017-18 tax year

30 December 2018

Deadline for online submission of tax return for 2016-17 tax year if amount to be paid is less than £3,000 and is to be collect via your PAYE tax code

31 January 2019 (midnight)

Deadline for online submission of tax return for 2017-18 tax year

31 January 2019 (midnight) 

Deadline for paying tax bill for 2017-18 tax year

6 April 2019

End of the 2018-19 tax year 

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