What is a P60?
Definition of a P60
A P60 is a form that shows how much taxable salary the employee was paid in the tax year and how much tax was deducted from their wages.
An employer must give a P60 to each of their employees at the end of the tax year.
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If the employee has to file a Tax Return, they will include this information in a set of Employment pages on the Tax Return.
Employees who have left during the tax year will not receive a P60 from their employer, as the same information will be on their P45.
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