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What is a P11D?

A P11D is a form required by HMRC that details any benefits in kind  that have been claimed during the past tax year (6th April - 5th April).

Details of any benefits in kind are required for:
 

  • All directors and employees of the company who earn over £8,500 per year
  • Any director own owns more than 5% of shares in the company
 
Even if your company only has one director- you still have to file a P11D.
 
We will file your P11D for you. However, in order for us to complete the form correctly you'll need to make sure that you've entered all your expenses up to the 5th April of the past tax year. 
 
Note: It is the company that's liable for any National Insurance contributions, not an individual employee. 
 
The P11D form must be filed with HMRC every year on the 6th July.
 
Any tax payment due must be paid to HMRC by the 19th July each year.
 
Note: the P11D is not to be confused with form P11, which is for tracking deductions made by PAYE.
 

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