What Is a P14 Form?

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P14 forms are yearly statements that give a summary of earnings and deductions for each employee. The forms are usually sent by an employer to the Inland Revenue and Customs after the end of each tax year.
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P14 form is a three-part form detailing pay, tax, NIC, SMP, SSP and pension contributions. It is sent to tax office as part of the employer's return. This is done in April/May.
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Its the copy of the P60 which goes to HMRC giving details of yur pay, tax and NIC for the year. HMRC uses the details to add to your tax records. Source(s) ex Inspector of Taxes.
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This is a three part form detailing pay, tax, NIC, SMP, SSP and pension contributions which is sent to tax office as part of the employer's return done in April/May. Information should
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EARNIE uses portrait P14/60 forms. We do not produce the landscape versions.
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This is a three part form detailing pay, tax, NIC, SMP, SSP and pension contributions which is sent to tax office as part of the employer's return done in April/ ...
A P14 is a three part form detailing pay, tax, NIC, SMP, SSP and pension contributions which is sent to tax office as part of the employer's return, done in April ...
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