Guide to onshore agency reporting requirements

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Guide to onshore agency reporting requirements

There is a requirement for all employment intermediaries and agencies to report details about their contractors on a quarterly basis.

What’s it all about?

HMRC will require the following information:

Full name

National Insurance number (if no date of birth and gender provided)

Address

Date of birth (if not providing National Insurance number)

Gender (if not providing National Insurance number)

Passport number or ID card number (if not a UK citizen)

Reason why income tax and National Insurance has not been deducted by the employment intermediary

Name and address of the business supplying the worker to the employment business

The number of hours to which the payment relates


What happens next?

Your agency will ask you to confirm all of this information and they are obliged to report it to HMRC and will be penalised if the report is late.

If you are the only fee earning contractor working through your company then you do not need to take any actions, your agency will be required to provide the information to HMRC.

If you have more than one fee earning contractor then the reporting requirements will apply.


Need a hand?

We know how to minimise the headache and get you through this paperwork stress-free. We will be happy to discuss this in more detail with you. Call 01962 790237 or email us on enquiries@taxevo.co.uk.

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