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    • shelly
    • By shelly 20th Apr 09, 11:55 PM
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    • 20th Apr 09, 11:55 PM
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    • 20th Apr 09, 11:55 PM
    My hubby got his P60 today in with his payslip.

    HTH
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  • northerner79
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    • 21st Apr 09, 12:34 AM
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    • 21st Apr 09, 12:34 AM
    But I am given varying advice that P60U's from the Job Centre of HMRC come out in April but some people say the end of May?
  • Treading Water
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    • 21st Apr 09, 7:29 AM
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    • 21st Apr 09, 7:29 AM
    Your employer has until the 19th May to issue a P60. Some will issue them Asap after the 05th April and others will leave it until the very last minute.
  • northerner79
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    • 21st Apr 09, 9:00 AM
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    • 21st Apr 09, 9:00 AM
    I understand that the P60U will come from either the Job Centre or the HMRC, has anyone received one yet or wheen do they expect to recieve one?

    Thanks again.
  • Tarasam
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    • 21st Apr 09, 9:09 AM
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    • 21st Apr 09, 9:09 AM
    It'll come directly from the job centre but unsure as to when.
    • Any
    • By Any 21st Apr 09, 10:02 AM
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    • 21st Apr 09, 10:02 AM
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    • 21st Apr 09, 10:02 AM
    I understand that the P60U will come from either the Job Centre or the HMRC, has anyone received one yet or wheen do they expect to recieve one?

    Thanks again.
    Originally posted by northerner79

    Well, do you have an employer? If you are not employed then it comes from Job centre.
    • Any
    • By Any 21st Apr 09, 10:06 AM
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    • 21st Apr 09, 10:06 AM
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    • 21st Apr 09, 10:06 AM
    http://www.hmrc.gov.uk/manuals/ntcmanual/eligibility_estincome/ntc0310020.htm

    By 31 May following the end of a tax year an employer must, by law, supply an employee from whom he has deducted tax or National Insurance contribution s with a P60 'End of Year Certificate'. This will either show details of all pay and tax for the year or, in certain circumstances, only the pay and tax for the 5 April employment.
    If an employee works for more than one employer, then they should have received a P60 from each employer by 31 May, and they will need to add together the figures from each P60 to arrive at their total taxable pay for the year.
    If a claimant is unemployed and claiming Income Support (IS), Jobseekers Allowance (JSA) or Employment and Support Allowance (ESA) at 5 April he should receive a P60U showing both taxable benefit and his previous earnings.
  • northerner79
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    • 21st Apr 09, 2:02 PM
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    • 21st Apr 09, 2:02 PM
    Any, I am on JSa, or I was until I signed off today!

    So no I don't have an employer, but when do the Job Centre send out the forms? Or does anyone think I have a realistic chance of getting the money this Fri, as I am far from confident!!
    • Any
    • By Any 21st Apr 09, 4:18 PM
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    Any
    Any, I am on JSa, or I was until I signed off today!

    So no I don't have an employer, but when do the Job Centre send out the forms? Or does anyone think I have a realistic chance of getting the money this Fri, as I am far from confident!!
    Originally posted by northerner79
    You don't stand a chance to get the money so fast.
    First you have to get the P60U and that can be any time before the end of next month (at least for employers, but I cannot see different rules for JSa) and then you show it to HMRC and god knows how many people is waiting for refund so it will take while for processing...

    I cannot say how long it will take (never been in such a situation), but I cannot see it happening within days...More like weeks.

    Anyone has been in such a situation before?
    • cifpower
    • By cifpower 21st Apr 09, 5:21 PM
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    I am on IB and received my P60U at the beginning of May last year


  • northerner79
    I have now signed off JSA and the Job Centre told me any rebate should be with me on Friday but I a not holding my breath!! But the beginning of May is good with me, then I go to my local Tax office and they said a couple of weeks! Taxing times! Thanks for some sensible advice and comments!
  • northerner79
    Any I was told at the Job Centre that me signing off would automatically trigger the payment in the system as I have now signed off JSA and will have any tax rebate made then! I will let you know how I get on, not that you are interested! Another useless fact!!
    • Any
    • By Any 22nd Apr 09, 10:05 AM
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    Any I was told at the Job Centre that me signing off would automatically trigger the payment in the system as I have now signed off JSA and will have any tax rebate made then! I will let you know how I get on, not that you are interested! Another useless fact!!
    Originally posted by northerner79
    I am very interested actually. Please keep me updated.
    I wonder whether it is different for people on JSA, because when you are normally working the refund doesn't come that quickly.
    It will be very interesting to see whether JC is right and it will add to my knowledge
  • northerner79
    Any,

    I will let you know, I was told they have all my information on the file and when I sign off it is automatic, although I am sceptical and think they may have just been telling me what I wanted to hear! Who knows!! I will let you know how I get on, either here or by private message.

    Cheers
  • ilovetea123
    Hello, i have just recieved a P60U in the post this morning... i was just wondering if i'm meant to do something with it or is it just for my records? it sounds silly but i've never had one before so don't actually know what it is! thanks
    • cifpower
    • By cifpower 23rd Apr 09, 2:42 PM
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    Just keep it for your records. If you go back to work you will need to tell the people at Tax Credits the figure on the P60U so they can work out what to award you.


  • northerner79
    I am thinking maybe I do have a chance of getting my rebate tomorrow from JSA as I am now signed off and HMRC confirmed I am owed around £2500! Not counting on it though! Any thoughts!!
  • technik
    I got my P60U today. As I'm unemployed currently i'm not entirely sure what the point of it is. It doesn't even look "official". It's just a plain A4 page with some figures on it and my address. Takes about half the page in total.
    • shelly
    • By shelly 23rd Apr 09, 10:15 PM
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    shelly
    I got my P60U today. As I'm unemployed currently i'm not entirely sure what the point of it is. It doesn't even look "official". It's just a plain A4 page with some figures on it and my address. Takes about half the page in total.
    Originally posted by technik

    I was looking through some paperwork work yesterday and yes, the DWP P60 you get looks very different to the one you would get if you were working.


    Northerner. I also found a letter from DWP about a tax refund I had from them last year. It came from DWP and the letter was on their headed paper. I didn't ask for this, it was automatic. I was still signing on at the time of receiving the refund.
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