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Paying HMRC by Direct Debit

If you manage your own direct payments or PHB funds, you can now pay your monthly or quarterly PAYE bill (Tax and National Insurance Contributions) to HMRC by Direct Debit, making this one less thing to think about!

Pay your bill automatically.

HMRC will automatically collect the payment from your bank account based on the amount in your payroll return. You’ll only need to set the Direct Debit up once.

You will need to set up the direct debit at least 4 working days before your payment due date.

HMRC will usually take the payment either:

  • Shortly after the 22nd of the month
  • 4 working days after you file the return (if you file it after the 19th of the month)

HMRC will tell you the date and amount no later than 3 working days before the payment is collected. The payments will show on your bank statement as ‘HMRC SDDS’.

Follow the link below to find out more and set-up your direct debit with HMRC:

Pay employers’ PAYE: Direct Debit – GOV.UK (

Post by admin
Jun 28, 2023 11:15:55 AM