The P11D form must be filed with HMRC every year on/by the 6th July, and any tax due must be paid to HMRC by the 19th July each year. However, if you pay electronically, HMRC allows until the 22nd July.
Head to the ‘Pay Yourself’ tab and select the ‘P11D returns’ sub-tab.
From here, you’ll need to select the ‘Check and Submit’ button which will present you with the “P11D Return” form with any relevant data populated. You’ll then need to review the information to ensure it’s accurate.
This data is automatically pulled into the form based on the way you’re recording your expenses, so please make sure that you’re satisfied it’s correct before checking the declaration box at the bottom and selecting ‘Submit P11D return’.
Note: If there are figures on this form that you're unsure of, please contact us before submitting this form so that we can check it for you. It's extremely important that this is accurate before submission.
After the form has been submitted, we'll let you know if there’s any National Insurance to pay and how to make the payment via email so that you have this for your own records too.
What if I have National Insurance Contributions (NIC) due?
These will need to be paid by your company and not you personally.
You should record the tax payment in your Crunch account by going to the ‘Company Tax’ tab and selecting the ‘+New tax payment’ button. Please ensure this is recorded with a “Tax payment type” of ‘PAYE/NIC’ and then completing the rest of the form.
Once you’re done, select ‘Save tax payment’ at the bottom.
Want some more information about P11D Returns?
Including who needs to file one, and what happens if you don’t - see our knowledge article What is a P11D form?