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Frequently Asked Questions

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Workplace Pensions

How do I pay my personal tax?

When do I pay my personal tax?

Your personal tax liability and first payments on account (if applicable) are due on or before 31 January with second payments on account (if applicable) being due on or before 31 July.

How do I pay my personal tax?

Information on how to pay your personal tax can be found here.

What is my reference number?

Your reference number is your unique tax reference (UTR) ending with a 'K'.

Where can I find my unique tax reference?

You will find this number:

  • On any correspondence from the tax office.
  • On certain letters from us.
  • If in doubt contact us directly.

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How do I pay my corporation tax?

When is my corporation tax due?

Your corporation tax is due on or before 9 months and 1 day after your financial year ends.

How do I pay my corporation tax?

Information on how to pay your corporation tax can be found here.

What is my reference number and how do I find it?

You will find this number:

  • On any correspondence from the tax office.
  • On certain letters from us.
  • If in doubt contact us directly.

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How do I pay my PAYE?

When do I pay my PAYE?

PAYE is due on or before the 19th day of the following month.

How do I pay my PAYE?

Information on how to pay your PAYE can be found here.

Do I need a reference?

Yes, you need your PAYE accounts office reference to make a payment.

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How do I pay my VAT?

When do I pay my VAT?

Your VAT is due on the 7th day of the following month.

How do I pay my VAT?

Information on how to pay your VAT can be found here.

Do I need a reference number?

Yes, your reference number is your VAT number.

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How easy is it to change accountant?

We aim to make an switch of accountants to us as simple as possible for you, once you have contacted your existing accountant to inform them you are moving to UNL we take over the entire process from there.

What are the charges involved in changing accountant?

There will be no charges from us for undertaking the process of switching accountants.

What should I bring to the meeting?

  • Valid photo id (such as passport or driving license).
  • Recent utility bill clearly showing your current address.
  • Your National insurance number.
  • Any correspondence you may have received from HMRC or Companies House.

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How do you get registered for Tax?

Once we have agreed the best structure for your business, we have all the forms required to register your and/or your company for the relevant taxes.

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What is the Workplace Pension Scheme?

Simply put, a workplace pension is a way of saving for retirement that's arranged by an employer.

We have a guide to Workplace Pensions, which can be downloaded as a PDF.

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I have received a letter with my staging date?

Once you have received letter from the Pensions Regulator with you staging date, you need to go to the Pensions Regulator web site and 'Nominate a Contact'. You need to do this whether you have employees or not.

You'll need both your PAYE reference and letter code (On Staging Date Letter) to nominate a contact.

Click here to nominate a contact?

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What if I have no staff?

Automatic enrolment duties don't apply when a company or individual are not considered an employer. You won't have any duties if you meet one of the following criteria:

  • you're a sole director company, with no other staff
  • your company has a number of directors, none of whom has an employment contract
  • your company has a number of directors, only one of whom has an employment contract
  • your company has ceased trading
  • your company has gone into liquidation
  • your company has been dissolved

What do you need to do?

If one of the reasons above applies to you and you have received a letter from us, click here tell the Pensions Regulator you're not an employer.

You'll need your letter code (On Staging Date Letter), PAYE Reference Number and Companies House Number.

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