Where do I get my P60?
Your employer should provide you with a P60 at the end of every tax year – usually within a couple of weeks. The tax year starts on the 6 April and ends on the 5 April the following year, so you should be given your P60 by the start of May.
If you have not received your P60 then you can contact HMRC who can send a reminder to your employer to issue it, as only an employer can issue a P60 form for an employee.
What if my P60 is wrong?
If you think the P60 you have been issued with has the wrong information on it, then you need to act on it immediately. HMRC’s position is that it is your responsibility alone to notice any errors and to get them rectified.
The first thing you should do is get in touch with the payroll department at your work to see if they can update the information they have – you may find that you can get a new P60 quite easily.
If you think you have paid too much tax, then it is important that you contact HMRC directly to claim a rebate – or get in touch with us today and we will help you make a claim on a no refund, no fee basis…