If you are one of the many people who had problems with your payroll in 2010 and wrestled with the calculation and submission of your 2010 P35, the good news is that the start of the Tax Year is the time to ensure that these problems do not reoccur in 2011. By putting a proper system in place at the start of the Tax Year, you will ensure that you avoid any of the problems associated with payroll as the year progresses. If on the other hand, you wish to enrage even the most timid of Employees you should make some mistakes in the calculation of their payslip. This is a sure-fire way to cause friction with your Employees. An Employee who thinks that he/she is being ‘done’ on their salary will not be a happy and productive part of your team.
By now (January 25th 2011), Employers should have submitted their final P30 for 2010 to the Revenue Commissioners. This P30 was due to be received by the Revenue Commissioners no later than January 15th. Whilst some employers file Monthly P30s and some avail of certain exemptions that entitle them to the Quarterly P30 filing option, both groups were due to file their final P30 for 2010 in January 2011.
If you’re an accountant, February 14th isn’t all about flowers and chocolates. It’s an important day for Employers because it’s the last day before the deadline (15th February) for the submission and payment of the 2010 P35 Returns to the Revenue Commissioners.