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    Originally posted by jonskids View Post
    My April payslip just arrived in my inbox. Says I have to pay it on the 28th April. Just starting up the time machine.....
    It won't cause you any issues if you pay your own salary a bit late, so don't worry about that (I appreciate you're perhaps more annoyed than concerned).

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      Originally posted by Maslins View Post
      It won't cause you any issues if you pay your own salary a bit late, so don't worry about that (I appreciate you're perhaps more annoyed than concerned).
      Indeed but surely if he's set up a standard date he can just do a DD to pay himself regardless of when the payslip arrives. If they both say the same day the no issues with RTI etc?
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        Originally posted by northernladuk View Post
        Indeed but surely if he's set up a standard date he can just do a DD to pay himself regardless of when the payslip arrives. If they both say the same day the no issues with RTI etc?
        In practice, yeah it wouldn't cause any issues.

        Theoretically though the RTI submission needs to be sent in on or before the salary processing date, and the payment shouldn't be made before the processing date. Therefore if NW only actually got around to submitting the salary (say) a couple of days ago, they should have dated it on/after that date, so any physical salary payment made before that date would be an advance (ie a director loan for a brief period). Another reason why maxing your £10k interest free isn't a great idea...if you're going to do it, go for £9k, at least that way if you ever slightly cock up payment dates of salary like this you've got some slack.

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          Originally posted by northernladuk View Post
          Indeed but surely if he's set up a standard date he can just do a DD to pay himself regardless of when the payslip arrives. If they both say the same day the no issues with RTI etc?
          Direct Debit? Doesn't apply to standing orders - ask your accountant.

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            Originally posted by jonskids View Post
            My April payslip just arrived in my inbox. Says I have to pay it on the 28th April. Just starting up the time machine.....
            Lucky you... nothing here yet
            Do what thou wilt

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              Looking on the bright side, this means double-pay for May.

              Still waiting BTW....
              Kneel before Bod

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                Originally posted by Bod View Post
                Looking on the bright side, this means double-pay for May.

                Still waiting BTW....
                I wonder whether NXW paid their accountants?

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                  Originally posted by Bod View Post
                  Looking on the bright side, this means double-pay for May.

                  Still waiting BTW....
                  Still nothing....
                  Do what thou wilt

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                    Lets hope the submission has been made to HMRC it will be late after Saturday...
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                      Originally posted by Dark Black View Post
                      Still nothing....
                      What did they say when you asked them?

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