Staging dates for PAYE schemes with less than 250 persons

Author: Huw Jones
Published: 20th September 2012
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The timetable of staging dates is shown below. You will need the last two digits of the employers’ PAYE code

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Employer by PAYE scheme size or other description Staging date
160-249   1 April 2014
90-159 1 May 2014
62-89 1 July 2014
61 1 August 2014
60 1 October 2014
59 1 November 2014
58 1 January 2015
54-57 1 March 2015
50-53 1 April 2015
Fewer than 30 with the last 2 characters in their PAYE reference numbers 92, A1-A9, B1-B9, AA-AZ, BA-BW, M1-M9, MA-MZ, Z1-Z9, ZA-ZZ 0A-0Z or 2A-2Z 1 June 2015
Fewer than 30 with the last 2 characters in their PAYE reference number BX 1 July 2015
40-49 1 August 2015
Fewer than 30 with the last 2 characters in their PAYE reference number BY 1 September 2015
30-39 1 October 2015
Fewer than 30 with the last 2 characters in their PAYE reference number BZ 1 November 2015
Fewer than 30 with the last 2 characters in their PAYE reference numbers 02-04, C1-C9, D1-D9, CA-CZ or DA-DZ 1 January 2016
Fewer than 30 with the last 2 characters in their PAYE reference numbers 00 05-07, E1-E9 or EA-EZ 1 February 2016
Fewer than 30 with the last 2 characters in their PAYE reference numbers 01 08-11, F1-F9, G1-G9, FA-FZ or GA-GZ 1 March 2016
Fewer than 30 with the last 2 characters in their PAYE reference numbers 12-16, 3A-3Z, H1-H9 or HA-HZ 1 April 2016
Fewer than 30 with the last 2 characters in their PAYE reference numbers I1-I9 or IA-IZ 1 May 2016
Fewer than 30 with the last 2 characters in their PAYE reference numbers 17-22, 4A-4Z, J1-J9 or JA-JZ 1 June 2016
Fewer than 30 with the last 2 characters in their PAYE reference numbers 23-29, 5A-5Z, K1-K9 or KA-KZ 1 July 2016
Fewer than 30 with the last 2 characters in their PAYE reference numbers 30-37, 6A-6Z, L1-L9 or LA-LZ 1 August 2016
Fewer than 30 with the last 2 characters in their PAYE reference numbers N1-N9 or NA-NZ 1 September 2016
Fewer than 30 with the last 2 characters in their PAYE reference numbers 38-46, 7A-7Z, O1-O9 or OA-OZ 1 October 2016
Fewer than 30 with the last 2 characters in their PAYE reference numbers 47-57, 8A-8Z, Q1-Q9, R1-R9, S1-S9, T1-T9, QA-QZ, RA-RZ, SA-SZ or TA-TZ 1 November 2016
Fewer than 30 with the last 2 characters in their PAYE reference numbers 58-69, 9A-9Z, U1-U9, V1-V9, W1-W9, UA-UZ, VA-VZ or WA-WZ 1 January 2017
Fewer than 30 with the last 2 characters in their PAYE reference numbers 70-83, X1-X9, Y1-Y9, XA-XZ or YA-YZ 1 February 2017
Fewer than 30 with the last 2 characters in their PAYE reference numbers P1-P9 or PA-PZ 1 March 2017
Fewer than 30 with the last 2 characters in their PAYE reference numbers 84-91, 93-99 1 April 2017
Fewer than 30 unless otherwise described 1 April 2017
Employer who does not have a PAYE scheme 1 April 2017
New employer (PAYE income first payable between 1 April 2012 and 31 March 2013) 1 May 2017
New employer (PAYE income first payable between 1 April 2013 and 31 March 2014) 1 July 2017
New employer (PAYE income first payable between 1 April 2014 and 31 March 2015) 1 August 2017
New employer (PAYE income first payable between 1 April 2015 and 31 December 2015) 1 October 2017
New employer (PAYE income first payable between 1 January 2016 and 30 September 2016) 1 November 2017
New employer (PAYE income first payable between 1 October 2016 and 30 June 2017) 1 January 2018
New employer (PAYE income first payable between 1 July 2017 and 30 September 2017) 1 February 2018

You should check on the pension regulator website HERE to confirm the latest situation. This post was last updated on 2nd May 2012.