Small business help on PAYE Real Time Information (RTI)
HMRC has agreed to extend the period for relaxation of RTI reporting requirements for small businesses until April 2014.
This means that employers with fewer than 50 employees may send information to HMRC by the date of their regular payroll run but no later than the end of the tax month in which the payments are made.
In the meantime, HMRC will continue to work with employer representatives to assess and understand the impact of RTI on the smallest businesses and consider whether they can make improvements to RTI which will address their concerns without compromising the benefits of RTI or the success of the Department for Work and Pension's Universal Credit.
Date: 23rd September, 2013
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