TaxPersonal TaxTemporary closure of Revenue PAYE site

Temporary closure of Revenue PAYE site

Site down today and 5th April for upgrade

HM Revenue & Customs has announced that its PAYE portal will be shut down
on 4 and 5 April to upgrade the PAYE Online for Employers – Internet service.

As a result, employers will not be able to use PAYE forms on the website or
send in their PAYE returns on these days.

It will not affect employers using third party software.

The shut down also means that all employers will be unable to access and
download online P9s unless they use 3rd party software.

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