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HMRC P60 Form 2016/17

Use the automated HMRC Style P60 form to produce a new P60 or duplicate P60 for your employee(s). Auto-calculate your employee's P60 or manually enter your own figures then Print, save as PDF or email to your employee(s) and/or send a copy to yourself.

The P60 template below is based on the latest P60 from HMRC, the difference being that this P60 will automatically calculate end of year earnings for you. You can also choose to enter your own payroll figures into the P60 form.

Need to print a large number of P60's for all your employees? Use the advanced HMRC style P60 template and enter the details for your employees into the table then print or email as mentioned above with jus one click. This is the fastest option for creating multiple P60's for all your employees.

P60 End of Year Certificate

Tax year to 5 April 2016

To the employee:

Please keep this certificate in a safe place as you will need it if you have to fill in a tax return. You also need it to make a claim for tax credits or to renew your claim.

It also helps you check that your employer is
using the correct National Insurance number
and deducting the right rate of
National Insurance contributions.

By law you are required to tell
HM Revenue & Customs about any income that is not fully taxed, even if you are not sent a tax return.

HM Revenue & Customs

The figures marked ★ should be used for your tax return, if you get one

Employee's details
Pay and Income Tax details
PayTax deducted
p £p £
if refund mark 'R'
National Insurance contributions in this employment
Earnings at the
Lower Earnings
Limit (LEL)
(where earnings
are equal to or
exceed the LEL)
Earnings above
the LEL, up to
and including the
Threshold (PT)
Earnings above the
PT, up to and
including the Upper
Accrual Point (UAP)
Earnings above the
UAP, up to and
including the Upper
Earnings Limit (UEL)
contributions due on all
earnings above the PT
£ £ £ £ p £

Statutory payments

included in the pay In this employment figure above

p £ p £ p £
p £
Other details
Student Loan deductions in this employment (whole £s only)

Certificate by Employer/Paying Office:

This form shows your total pay for Income Tax purposes in this employment for the year.

Any overtime, bonus, commission etc, Statutory Sick Pay, Statutory Maternity Pay, Statutory Paternity Pay, Additional Statutory Paternity Pay/Shared Parental Pay or Statutory Adoption Pay is included.

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