What is a P60?

All employees receive a P60 at the end of the tax year. Your P60 is a tax document showing how much taxable salary you have been paid and how much tax has been deducted.

If you are an employee, it is your employer’s responsibility to deduct tax from your wages and provide you with a P60 at the end of the tax year. Your P60 shows how much tax you have paid on your salary that year. You will need it if you want to reclaim overpaid tax, apply for tax credits or if you need to prove your income.

If you quit your job during the tax year you won’t receive a P60 because all the information will be on your P45, which your employer will give you when you leave.

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