HMRC GOV UK FORMS P46 PDF

Are you starting a new job and do not have a form P45? Here we provide three annotated examples to illustrate how you should complete a starter checklist. When you start a job, your employer has to provide some information to HM Revenue and Customs HMRC so that they can decide what tax free allowances you are entitled to. If you are starting a new job and do not have a form P45 from a previous employer or the Department for Work and Pensions, your employer should ask you to complete a starter checklist. This might be the case if this is your very first job, or if you have not worked previously during the tax year, or you have misplaced your form P

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Are you starting a new job and do not have a form P45? Here we provide three annotated examples to illustrate how you should complete a starter checklist. When you start a job, your employer has to provide some information to HM Revenue and Customs HMRC so that they can decide what tax free allowances you are entitled to.

If you are starting a new job and do not have a form P45 from a previous employer or the Department for Work and Pensions, your employer should ask you to complete a starter checklist. This might be the case if this is your very first job, or if you have not worked previously during the tax year, or you have misplaced your form P The checklist asks you for relevant information; it will help your employer to allocate a tax code and work out the tax due on your first payday.

If you do not provide this information, you could end up paying the wrong amount of tax. If your employer does not ask you to complete a starter checklist, you can get the form and complete it yourself. Give the completed checklist to your employer. Do not send the checklist to HMRC. We also recommend keeping a copy of the checklist for your records. There are two versions of the form available on GOV. One allows you to complete the starter checklist onscreen and then print it so you give it to your employer.

The other is a blank copy of the starter checklist that you can download and print so you can complete it by hand. Jenny J, who was born 21 June starts work on 5 July This is her first ever job and as she has been studying full-time and then travelling abroad until then, she has not been claiming any benefits or pensions. Jenny has a Student Loan, which she has not started to pay off yet. She completed her higher education course before 6 April Caroline C, who was born 31 August has worked part-time for several years for a large supermarket.

On 30 June she starts a second part-time job for a local coffee shop. She does not have a Student Loan. Mike M, who was born 10 October was made redundant in He has a Student Loan. When he was made redundant, he set up a monthly payment plan with the Students Loan Company to repay the outstanding loan, and he wants this arrangement to continue. Skip to main content. You will not be able to save a completed online form, so please do keep a copy for your records.

Example 1 Jenny J, who was born 21 June starts work on 5 July Example 2 Caroline C, who was born 31 August has worked part-time for several years for a large supermarket. Example 3 Mike M, who was born 10 October was made redundant in Page actions Email to a friend Print this page.

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Find out more about who must submit this form online. PDF is a file format that lets you view and print a document in a style which matches the look and feel of the paper version - including fonts, colours, images and layout. To view these documents you need to use a PDF file viewer such as Adobe Acrobat Reader which is available to download free of charge from the Adobe website. Contact HMRC. Find a form:. Find out more about who must submit this form online On this page: Forms Help and guidance. Completing the form enables you to operate the correct tax code for the new employee.

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Our support lines are extremely busy as a result of the Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme being administered through payroll. Our Covid Resources Documentation will generally answer your query. Also, please note that our support staff are working from home and may answer your call in a sometimes chaotic home environment. We appreciate your patience. You do not need to send the checklist to HMRC, and there is no obligation for you to use one, you can, if you prefer, obtain the starter information for the FPS using your own forms and practices.

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