Payroll updates for the new tax year 2016-17

06 April 2016

GOV.UK has updated a large number of pages to reflect changes within payroll information required for the 2016-17 tax year.

Updates include:

P7X: Tax codes to use following the Budget

Statutory Adoption Pay: table of dates for employee entitlement

Statutory Maternity Pay: table of dates for employee entitlement

Statutory Paternity Pay: how different employment types affect what you pay

Statutory Paternity Pay: table of dates for employee entitlement (birth)

Statutory Paternity Pay: business changes that affect payment

Statutory Paternity Pay: employee circumstances that affect payment

Statutory Paternity Pay: manually calculate your employee’s payments

Statutory Paternity Pay: table of dates for employee entitlement (adoption)

Statutory Sick Pay: tables for linking Periods of Incapacity for Work

Statutory Sick Pay: manually calculate your employee’s payments

SL3: Student Loan deduction tables

Student Loans: information for employers and employees (CSL2)

PAYE: end of year expenses and benefits (P11D guide)

PAYE: end-of-year expenses and benefits (P11D)

PAYE: end-of-year expenses and benefits (P11D(b))

PAYE: end-of-year expenses and benefits (online form)

PAYE: car provided to employee for private use (P46(Car))

PAYE: living accommodation (P11D WS1)

PAYE: car and car fuel benefit (P11D WS2)

PAYE: private use of company van (P11D WS3)

PAYE: interest free and low interest loans (P11D WS4)

PAYE: relocation costs (P11D WS5)

PAYE: mileage allowance and passenger payments (P11D WS6)

Trusts and Income Tax: taxable items, tax pools and deductions

CIPP comment

This list is clearly not exhaustive, several updates have also been made to Basic PAYE Tools, pensions administration, self-assessment etc. If members see any information that is incorrect we would urge you to please report this using one of two options.

  • The first is to respond to the ‘Is there anything wrong with this page?’ link which can be found at the bottom left of each page. When selected, it has two boxes, one asks ‘What were you doing’? The other asks ‘What went wrong’? This is anonymous but provides an instant report in to GDS who review feedback and, we are assured that subject to quantity of feedback will take action to correct.
  • The second is to provide feedback via the ‘Contact section’ which is found at the bottom of each page and gives you the opportunity to feedback a greater level of information and provide your contact details for a reply. To receive direct feedback you will need to provide an email address.

Please keep your comments and feedback coming to the CIPP Policy & Research Team at policy or via the CIPP Advisory Service on 0121 712 1099. Thank you.