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News - 8 March 2013

HMRC PAYE bank account is changing

All employers who make a PAYE payment (which includes Income Tax and NICs, Construction Industry Scheme and Student Loan deductions) to HM Revenue & Customs (HMRC) without using a payslip should ensure they use the following bank account details for 2013-14 and future years:

  • Sort code 08 32 10
  • Account number 12001039
  • Account name HMRC Cumbernauld

 Employers who previously paid using the Cumbernauld details are already using the right account details and do not need to make any changes.

 However employers who previously paid using the Shipley account will need to update the account number and account name as shown above. (The sort code is the same for both accounts.)

 HMRC has started to send employers information about this change ready for 2013-14 in the Payment Booklet or Paying PAYE electronically Letter.

 Unfortunately the wrong account name was printed in some. The correct account name to use is ‘HMRC Cumbernauld’ as shown above.

These details are also available on the HMRC website at
which also includes the account details needed if you pay PAYE to HMRC using a non UK bank account.

If you are unsure and need any help and advice on PAYE, RTI, National Insurance, or you need to keep abreast of changes in legislation and how it could impinge upon your business, contact Lavinia Newman, Stuart Coleman or Tonmoy Kumar to discuss how ABDS can help

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