Tips & Tricks

Intsys provide regular Pegasus Software updates via our monthly support bulletins and Newsletters.Within our Intsys Tips & Tricks section we also publish advise and guides to help our customers deal with the most common practices

New Late PAYE Reporting Reason

Employers are obligated to submit Full Payment Submissions on or before each pay day. If they are not able to meet the obligation a Late PAYE reporting reason must be included in FPS submissions in the 2014-15 tax year. HMRC will use the reason supplied to prevent messages and penalties being issued where they should not be.

 

 

The permitted reasons are:


• A (Notional payment: Payment to Expat by third party or overseas employer)

• B (Notional payment: Employment related security)

• C (Notional payment: Other)

• D (Payment subject to Class 1 NICs but P11D/P9D for tax)

• E (Micro Employer using temporary "on or before" relaxation)

• F (No working sheet required; Impractical to report)

• G (Reasonable excuse)

• H (Correction to earlier submission).

Late PAYE reporting reasons can either be assigned separately to individual employees using the Details & Bank form linked to their employee record or to all employees using the Full Payment Submission form.


If a late reporting reason is used it will be cleared by the Update command at the end of the tax period (accessed from the Payroll - Utilities menu).

 

 

Details & Bank form 


The Details & Bank form (accessed from the Payroll - Processing menu) now includes a new list box that includes the permitted reasons for late reporting.
This can be used to assign a late reporting reason for the current period for individual employees.

 

 

 

 

Full Payment Submission form 


The Full Payment Submission form (accessed from the Payroll - RTI Submissions menu) includes a new list box used to assign a reason for all employees in the submission. Any reason selected for an individual employee will override what is selected here.

 

 

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