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A time to pay arrangement, which may also be referred to as TTP in practice, is anegotiated agreement between HMRC and the taxpayer to allow for tax to be paid after its due date.
The guidance in this note applies to individuals under self assessment and companies paying corporation tax. It does not apply to VAT liabilities or where there is astatutory right to pay by instalments (eg for large companies).
For further details on paying VAT or corporation tax by instalments, see the following guidance notes:
How to pay corporation tax
If ataxpayer becomes aware that they will not be able to pay their tax liability by the due date, then they, or their appointed agent, may be able to negotiate atime to pay arrangement with HMRC. Anecdotal experience from practitioners indicates that the ease with which atime to pay arrangement is agreed can vary, with some arrangements being agreed with little or no questioning, and some taking significantly more negotiation. The amount of tax at stake and the taxpayer’s previous payment history can influence this. A taxpayer with ahistory of delinquency is less likely to be able to secure an agreement.
HMRC guidance on time to pay arrangements can be found in its manuals from DMBM800000 onwards.
Time to pay is arranged at the discretion of HMRC and it looks to the ‘viability’ of taxpayer in terms of their ability to pay. The taxpayer has no right to be granted time to pay. Each request will be considered on its merits on acase by case basis. The taxpayer will be assessed to determine if they:
have the means to make the agreed payments
have the means to pay other tax liabilities that become due during the time to pay period
Most arrangements are for 12 months or less and HMRC will seek to limit the time to pay period to the shortest possible time. A longer
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