Your September 2021 Intrastat declarations are due to be submitted by the 21st October 2021.
Notification of Intrastat declarations due date
Your Intrastat declarations are due to be submitted by the 21st of the month. The information collected on Intrastat declarations is important to HM Government as a key indicator of the state of the UK economy. It is especially critical at this time to monitor and assess the flow of goods into and out of the UK.
If your trade for this month is nil, please submit a nil return through the normal Intrastat submission process or otherwise email Intrastat Enquiries providing your VAT number and stating whether the return is for arrival or dispatch trade.
Financial penalties may be incurred if declarations are late, missing, incomplete, inaccurate or on paper forms.
The due date for submitting your next Intrastat declaration is the 21st of the following month. To avoid delays in making your submission, please try to submit your data prior to this deadline.
Please note: HMRC understands that current exceptional circumstances may be affecting your businesses and your ability to complete the Intrastat declaration. If you cannot submit your Intrastat declaration in the normal way, please email our HMRC Intrastat advisors on Intrastat Enquiries as soon as possible.
* Are you aware that you will need to continue submitting Arrival data throughout 2021, if you remain over the £1.5m threshold?
* You will not have to submit Dispatch data unless the goods are being dispatched from Northern Ireland.
* Box 8 of your VAT return should only reflect goods moved from NI to the EU. While Box 9 should only reflect goods moved from the EU to NI. Services must not be included.
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