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A P60 is an 'End of Year Certificate' that is issued to all employed taxpayers at the end of the tax year (5th April for 2019 with the 2020 P60 due no later than 31st May 2020).
The tax year ends on the 5th April and a P60 must be issued to every employee by the 31st May.
A P60 contains a summary of all pay deductions including National Insurance, PAYE, Pensions contributions and other taxable elements.
In the P60 section of iCalculator you can find tools, calculators and guides that allow you to analyse your P60, identify if you have paid too much tax and describe the steps to follow to claim back any overpaid tax for free. You do not need to pay an accountant to claim back overpaid tax, it is a straightforward process and claiming overpaid tax back yourself can save you significant sums of money.
The P60 guides and tools have been designed to be read in a systematic flow so that you gain the information and calculations you need to calculate and compare your P60 information. If you prefer, you can jump straight through to specific P60 calculators or guides using the menu to the right or by using the search facility.
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iCalculator's P60 Guides and P60 Calculators include detailed information and guidance to help you understand your P60, identify key parts of the P60, explain how your P60 is calculated and what information you need to know and understand about a P60 as an employee and employer. Our aim with the P60 guides is to provide insight into the correct completion of a P60, whether it be an audit as an employer to ensure your end of year certificates are calculating correctly or as an employee to check that you have paid the right amount of income tax and, if not, how to claim any overpaid tax back.