FAQ - Frequently Asked Tax Questions - Lost Tax related Documentation
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14. What if I've lost my P45 or P60?
If you have lost your P45 or P60 you will need to contact your employer or agency and ask them to issue you with a Statement of Earnings as a substitute.
If you are unable to do this, 1st Contact Tax Refunds may be able to assist you. Subject to conditions, we may be able to follow up on a maximum of 2 outstanding documents at a cost of £20 + VAT per document.
In our experience we have found that our clients have a higher rate of success getting this information from their employers/agencies, we would therefore like to advise all clients to try to obtain the documentation first before contacting us for assistance.
Please note that 1st Contact cannot guarantee that outstanding documentation will be received, as employers/agencies are not legally obligated to issue Statements of Earnings.
HM Revenue & Customs may have your missing pay and tax details on record. Contact us to find out how to obtain this information
15. What is a P11D?
Your employer uses a P11D to tell HMRC about the value of any 'benefits in kind' they've given you during the tax year.
This means benefits or expenses that effectively increase your income, like:
- A company car
- Private medical insurance
- Travel and subsistence