The P60 form: how to get one for your Self Assessment tax return
A P60 form is a statement that summarises how much tax your employer paid.
Your employer should give you one at the end of each tax year (31st of May).
Most employers do it by the end of April when they run their monthly payroll.
What’s in a P60 form
- your National Insurance number
- how much you earned in a given tax year (gross income)
- how much tax and NI your employer has paid
- your details and your employer’s
- and your tax code
What does a P60 form look like
There is no standard format for a P60 (each may seem a bit different), but the minimum information on it is always the same.
Your employer provides this information to HMRC. Based on this information, HMRC makes their tax calculations.
You should keep your P60 for your tax records.
What do you need a P60 for
- to prepare your annual Self Assessment tax return
- for your tax records and tax disputes
- sometimes when dealing with banks (proof of income for mortgages, personal loans, credit card applications, etc.
TaxScouts can get your Self Assessment done without a P60, as long as you have access to your HMRC Government Gateway.
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