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HM Revenue and Customs (“HMRC”) require companies to report any employee related stock or stock option transactions that have taken place during the UK tax year (April 6–April 5) and may fall into the UK income tax net. The relevant information must be reported on a “Form 42”, which must be submitted by July 6 following the end of the UK tax year. Penalties can arise if companies fail to meet this obligation. A wide range of employee related stock transactions should be included on the form.