thanks for answer, so i have only one P60 of 2010-2011. i do not have the P60 of 2011-2012, maybe the post is lost some where. so how can i write letter to HMRC without the P60 of 2011-2012? can i write with only tax-code-hmrc-paper of 2011-2012? another questin, that what do you mean by "£195.60 OR £430.20"? will i get £195.60+£430.20=625.60 , or only 430.20 or only 195.60? please explain this as well. ANDwhat should i write to HMRC?ANDwhat the postal address is to send letter for tax return? thanks very much for healping me outregardslooking forwardiqbal
System of Law: England-and-Wales
Thanks for your response
You need the P60 for 2010/2011 and 2011/2012 - the tax code is no use to HMRC - this just details your tax free entitlement.
You need to ask your employer whether the P60 has been issued, and if it has ( and has been lost in the post of mislaid) then ask your employer to provide you with a letter detailing the statement of earnings and tax deducted)
If, it has not been issued to you yet from your employer, then you need to ask for this as a matter of urgency.
I have given you two figures for 2010/2011 as you have not advised me whether the pay you earned to July 2010 is included in the P60 for 2010/2011. You will not get both amounts, its one or the other. And this is also depending on whether you had a break between each employment.
If the pay is included in the P60 (so this is both employments added together) then you get just £195.60. If the Pu relates to pay just from that latter employment then the P45 pay and tax needs to be added to the P60 pay and tax and then you will get back £430.20.
The postal address is
HM Revenue & CustomsPay As You EarnPO Box 1970LiverpoolL75 1WX
OR the address on the P2 notice of code that you have been sent.
Which ever one you use will get your claim to the right office.
Make sure you quote your National Insurance number and name on the letter you send with the P60s (or P60 and statement of earnings)
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