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How to generate a P60 form in QuickBooks Online

SOLVEDby QuickBooksQuickBooks Online Payroll199Updated August 03, 2022

The P60 form shows employees how much tax and National Insurance they have paid on their salary in the last tax year. You’ll need to supply one to every person who is working for you. If they work for more than one company, they will receive one from each employer.

Employees who have left during the tax year receive a P45 instead of a P60.

There’s no need to order stationery from HMRC as forms can be printed directly from this page. If you need any more information on P60 forms, visit gov.uk.

Note: For employees who have net pay pensions, the taxable amount on the P60 form will be the gross year-to-date minus the net pay pension year-to-date amount.

For Standard Payroll customers, you can invite your employees to QuickBooks Workforce so they can access their payslips and P60 forms from anywhere, at anytime.

You can download P60 forms once you have ran your final payroll. After this point you can also retrieve them individually from the employee's Document page. To do so:

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  1. Go to the Employees menu.
  2. Select the employee you want to get the P60 for.
  3. Click the Documents tab.

Save time on employee admin by using the free, and secure, employee self-service portal.

For Advanced Payroll customers, go to Employees or Payroll menu, then select Reports once the tax year has been completed. You can view the P60 before publishing by following these steps:

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  1. In Payroll, go to Reports.
  2. Select P60 End of Year Certificates.
  3. Choose the correct Financial Year from the dropdown list.
  4. In Actions, you can choose to publish/download the P60 form.

Check out the Standard Payroll hub or Advanced payroll hub for more information.

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