Statutory guidance

Registered societies (RS-01)

Use the template to send details of payments of interest, dividends, bonuses or other sums if you receive a statutory notice from HMRC.

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Return spreadsheet template for payments of interest, dividends, bonuses or other sums

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Section 887 of the Income Tax Act 2007 requires registered societies to submit details to HMRC of the following types of payment where tax has not been deducted:

  • a payment of interest made by a registered society in respect of any mortgage, loan, loan stock or deposit
  • any interest, dividend, bonus or other sum payable to a shareholder of a registered society by reference to the amount of the shareholder’s holding in the share capital of the society

You’re legally obliged to send HMRC the information within 3 months following the end of the society’s accounting period.

You can use the template above to send your information to HMRC - there’s also an example of a completed template showing how you should provide the data. This office is now HMRC’s central point for receiving registered society returns of payments made. Send your return by email to: tpi.a@hmrc.gsi.gov.uk.

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Published 20 May 2014
Last updated 27 September 2018 + show all updates
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