April 7, 2015

The key tax dates, deadlines and changes in 2015-16

With ever-changing legislation and the array of reporting requirements imposed employers, it can be challenging to stay on top of the various deadlines, key dates and changes to tax legislation.

That’s why we’ve teamed up with Payroll World and JLT Employee Benefits to launch our 2015/16 Annual Tax Fact Card a helpful tool to remind you of some of the deadlines and changes to tax legislation in 2015/16.

Download our guide with lots of helpful information – from tax and National Insurance contributions deadlines to legislative changes and reporting requirements.

From changes to statutory maternity, adoption and sick pay, to informaton on income tax, shared parental leave, child care vouchers and pension scheme allowances.

The Tax Fact Card is also a useful starting point for identifying issues that may affect your business over the next year. If you feel you need help with any of these issues, contact us.

The tax year or financial year is a twelve month period imposed by the Government. In the UK the tax year for personal tax runs from April 6th until April 5th the following year.

Download our Tax Fact Card Now

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Stuart Clough

About the author

Stuart Clough

Stuart (MCIPR) is a trained journalist, writer and marketer with ten years' experience in B2B, public sector and employee communications. A former marketing consultant and agency client-lead, Stuart is responsible for communications and content at Moorepay.

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