P14 (Manual) - End of Year Summary 2012-13
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- P14 (Manual) (PDF, 61KB)
The P14 End of Year Summary forms part of the Employer Annual Return, together with form P35. Almost all employers must file their Employer Annual Return online. This version of form P14 must not be sent to HMRC - even by employers who are exempt from filing online. It is only provided here so that employers or agents who want to keep a copy, can print and complete it for their own records. Exempt employers will need to contact the Employer Orderline.
Help and guidance relating to this form
Employers reporting PAYE in real time
Filing e your Employer Annual Return: (P35 and P14s) for 2012-13
Guidance for employers on completing form P35 under existing payroll processes & starting to operate PAYE in real time for 2013-14All you need to know about completing your end-of-year PAYE return, and the requirement for almost all employers to file it online
Employers exempt from online filing
E13 - Day-to-day Payroll (PDF, 1.2MB)
Use this guide for information on day-to-day payroll operations
Guidance for employers exempt from filing or unable to file online
Guidance for employers on who is exempt, or unable (due to exceptional circumstances) to report payroll information online and why
- The P14 End of Year Summary forms part of the Employer Annual Return, together with form P35.
P60 - End of Year Certificate
If you're an employer you must provide form P60 to employees working for you at the end of the tax year. If you're an employee, keep your P60 as a record - you'll need it if you have to fill in a Self Assessment tax return or claim tax credits
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P35 - Employer Annual Return
Form P35 forms part of the Employer Annual Return, together with a form P14 for each employee. Almost all employers must file their Employer Annual Return online.
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