PAYE late filing penalties for the tax year ending 5 April 2018

PAYE late filing penalties for the
tax year ending 5 April 2018
The Quarter 4 late filing penalty notices will start to be issued during week
commencing 7 May 2018.
Appealing against a penalty online
Use the online appeals service if you don’t agree with your penalty as it’s the quickest
and easiest way to appeal. You can access this service through PAYE Online. This will
normally get processed much faster than a written appeal and we will send you an online
message to let you know how your appeal is progressing. We strongly recommend you
appeal online but, if you do choose to write, it will not affect the decision.
When using the online appeals service, select the reason for your appeal from the
drop down menu and avoid using ‘Other’ if there is a suitable alternative option.
You should only use ‘Other’ if your reason for appeal doesn’t fall into the categories
in the online system.
You are also required to provide further facts to support your appeal in the additional
information box; this allows up to 1,000 characters. The additional information is
mandatory from April 2017 to help us deal with your appeal without needing to contact
you for further information. If we have any further queries, we will let you know.
If you receive a penalty notice which includes multiple penalty defaults and you believe
you had a reasonable excuse for each make sure you appeal against all of the defaults
shown on your penalty notice, including those with a zero charge. If your appeal is
accepted, the un-penalised default can then be applied to a later month, reducing the
value of any future penalty charges you might incur.

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