Your P60 shows the tax you’ve paid on your salary in the tax year (6 April to 5 April). You get a separate P60 for each of your jobs every tax year.
There’s a separate guide to getting P60s if you’re an employer.
If you’re working for an employer on 5 April they must give you a P60. They must provide this by 31 May, on paper or electronically.
You’ll need your P60 to prove how much tax you’ve paid on your salary, for example:
- to claim back overpaid tax
- to apply for tax credits
- as proof of your income if you apply for a loan or a mortgage
You can check how much tax you paid last year if you think you might have paid too much.
If you do not have a P60
If you cannot get a P60 from your employer, you can either: