Earnr AI, your new tax assistant, is here. Check it out now!
Stressed by tax?
Get Earnr Pro





A P60 is a form issued to employees showing earnings, tax, and National Insurance contributions of a tax year. It act as a proof of income and tax paid.

More detail:

A P60 is a form that summarises an Employee's total pay and their tax deductions for a tax year in the United Kingdom. The form also includes information about National Insurance contributions. A P60 is issued to an employee by an employer at the end of every Tax Year.

A P60 is an important document as is serves as proof of earnings and tax payments for an employee. This might be useful when applying for a loan or a mortgage. It could also be useful when filing a Self Assessment. If a P60 is lost, it is possible to request the information that would be on a P60 from HMRC.

Self-employed individuals might use an SA302 instead to prove their earnings.

An example of a blank P60 from 2023/24 is shown below:

A photo of a blank P60 form from 2023/24

Back to Taxionary

You might also like...

decorative image for a blog

Submit your 22/23 Tax Return Before January 31st

January 31st is the deadline for submitting 2022/23 tax returns. It's a good idea to complete your tax return ahead of this deadline to avoid mistakes and potential penalties. This article shows why its a good idea to submit your tax return early and how Earnr can help you if you are stuck.

Read more
decorative image for a blog

We asked Earnr AI why you should use Earnr…. here’s what it said…

We recently introduced our newest addition to the Earnr team; our AI chat bot, Earnr AI. In this article we put Earnr AI to the test and asked it why you should use Earnr as your tax companion, bookkeeping tool and tax return assistant. Read it's excellent response!

Read more
decorative image for a blog
December 20, 2023
Tax essentials

Why should you submit your tax return over the Christmas period?

The festive period is often thought of as the busiest time of the year with the run up to Christmas and New Year. Whilst this period can feel hectic at times, it can also be seen as the perfect time to complete your tax return. In this article we explain why this Christmas time is the best time to submit your 22/23 tax return.

Read more
Earnr logoDownload earnr