What is a P14 form?


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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