PAYE tax calculations 2011/12 – what to do
Employees and pensioners have tax taken off them throughout the year via Pay As You Earn (PAYE). In most cases, this means you pay the correct tax by the end of the year; but not always. LITRG’s updated guide explains what to do if HMRC send you a tax calculation (a ‘P800’) for 2011/12.
In the last two years, LITRG’s guidance has helped thousands of taxpayers to decipher their ‘P800’ tax calculations.
Whether you receive a notification that you are due a refund or one that says HMRC think you have not paid enough tax, you should always check the calculation and consider whether you need to take action. Even if you haven’t received a calculation, it is worth checking that everything is in order.
All is explained in our updated guides. These can be found using the link:
2011/12 PAYE tax calculations - LITRG guidance
Contact: Kelly Sizer (please use form at http://www.litrg.org.uk/ContactUs)