This April, some employers may need to pay their employees and report their PAYE on a different date than usual.
This is because their regular payday may fall on the non-banking days of Good Friday, Saturday, Sunday or Easter Monday.
Refer to CWG2: Further guide to PAYE and National Insurance contributions 2015 to 2016, and the February 2015 Employer Bulletin, for detailed guidance on how to report your PAYE in these circumstances when a payment is made on either the:
The end of the tax year also falls within the Easter period. Read full guidance on sending final PAYE reports, including deadlines and what to do if you make a mistake.
Don’t include personal or financial information like your National Insurance number or credit card details.
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