What is my corporation tax payslip reference?

How do I find out my corporation tax reference number?

The 17-digit reference is made up of the ten-digit UTR + the sequence “A001” + a two-digit number (representing the year in which the company’s year-end falls) + the letter “A”. The 17-digit reference is sent to the company with the notice to a deliver a return (Form CT603), shortly after an accounting period ends.

What does a corporation tax reference number look like?

Defining a Company UTR Number

A company UTR number comprises 10 digits (e.g. 0123456789) and is issued by HMRCto anyone in the UK who completes a tax self-assessment: Self-employed individual.

Does your corporation tax payment reference change each year?

Corporation Tax – Payment Reference Number

The Accounting Period is where the uncertainty is, it generally depends on how old the company is (eg. 01 for the first year). It has nothing to do with the calendar month or year, or the company’s year end date.

Where do I find my Corporation Tax payslip reference number?

To be able to pay your corporation tax you’ll need your 17-character Corporation Tax payslip reference for the accounting period you’re paying. The reference number will be on the pay slip sent to the company by HMRC or you can find it on the company’s HMRC online account – ‘View account’ then ‘Accounting period’.

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What is the deadline for paying Corporation Tax?

The deadline for your tax return is 12 months after the end of the accounting period it covers. You’ll have to pay a penalty for late filing if you miss the deadline. There’s a separate deadline to pay your Corporation Tax bill. It’s usually 9 months and one day after the end of the accounting period.

Is my Corporation Tax reference number the same every year?

To pay corporation tax you will need a 17 digit pay reference. HMRC uses this to know how the payment should be allocated. The first 10 digits is the company unique tax reference (known as a UTR). The last 7 digits relates to the specific tax year.

Can I check my UTR number online?

Online. You can find your UTR number online in your Government Gateway Account. This is your personal online account that you can set up with HMRC. When you login you will be able to see your tax returns, receive reminders and correspondence with HMRC.

Is UTR same as Corporation Tax reference?

A company UTR is a 10-digit number that is sometimes referred to as a ‘tax reference’ or ‘Corporation Tax reference’.

What happens if I can’t pay my Corporation Tax?

If you pay your Corporation Tax late, do not pay enough or do not pay at all, HMRC will charge your company interest. Interest is charged from the day after the tax should have been paid (i.e. normally 9 months and one day after the end of your accounting period).

How do I pay Corporation Tax?

How to pay corporation tax

  1. For payments on the same day/next day: CHAPS, online or telephone banking (Faster Payments)
  2. Allow three working days: Bacs, direct debit (if you’ve already set one up), online payment by debit or corporate credit card, at your bank or building society.
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How do I pay Corporation Tax by Cheque?

You can pay at a branch by cash or cheque. You’ll need to use the payslip that HM Revenue and Customs ( HMRC ) sends you. Make your cheque payable to ‘HM Revenue and Customs only’. Write your 17-character Corporation Tax payslip reference number on the back of your cheque for the accounting period you’re paying.

Where do I find my tax payment reference?

You’ll need to use your 11-character payment reference when you pay. This is your 10-digit Unique Taxpayer Reference ( UTR ) followed by the letter ‘K’. You can find it on your: HMRC online account.

What is corporation tax based on?

Corporation Tax is levied on company profits as well as any money your business makes from investments or selling capital assets for more than they cost.