Price Bailey Warns Small Businesses They Risk Fines If They Don't Submit Annual Returns Online
PRICE Bailey Chartered Accountants is warning that small businesses risk fines if they fail to submit their Employer Annual Returns electronically this year. Helen Kenney, manager of Price Bailey s Employer Consulting Team, said: All firms must fi
PRICE Bailey Chartered Accountants is warning that small businesses risk fines if they fail to submit their Employer Annual Returns electronically this year.
Helen Kenney, manager of Price Bailey's Employer Consulting Team, said: "All firms must file their 2009/10 end of year forms P35 and P14 online by May 19, 2010 or face a potential penalty. Firms with more than 50 employees have had to file online since 2006.
Helen added: "Businesses with fewer than five employees will not receive a fine this year if they don't fall in line, while there is also an exception for religious groups whose beliefs are incompatible with electronic communications."
Business groups have criticised the department's stance, as some smaller firms may not have enough IT expertise to file these details online.
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