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Offline LeonS  
#1 Posted : 21 October 2014 18:08:21(UTC)

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Location: Kent

Hi Anyone

I am new and training in a payroll department.

Where is the link to the P46 form for starter employees.

I know with RTI the P46 does not have to be sent to HMRC but it can still be used to get the new employee information to decide what tax code to use.


Pointers welcome it is a steep learning curve!

Offline TaxWizard  
#2 Posted : 21 October 2014 18:18:04(UTC)

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Hi LeonS

I hear lots of people still using P46 forms for new employees.

I guess HMRC may still accept it if asked as engaging with the new employee to get information to correctly decide on the tax code to be operated.

However HMRC has abolished the P46 and now have a "starter checklist" that replaces the P46.

I have added the link to it for you.

I have heard lots of people having trouble with Google or Bing searches for up to date P46 info hence maybe your post here?

As most of HMRC's website information is migrating to the a usual link for you to the employer section and information about employing people section of the website

A good place to brush up on your basic payroll knowledge and information.

Hope that all helps get you started at least.

You certainly need to make sure you keep bang up to date under RTI!


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