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Forms

We provide annotated tax forms and examples.

Updated on 21 March 2019

Have you received a late tax return penalty notice from HMRC which you do not understand? Here we have an example of a penalty letter from HMRC and we explain in more detail what the letter is telling you. Just click on any of the areas in red text for more detailed information. 

Updated on 21 March 2019

Are you receiving pension income and in need of help to understand your tax code and check that it is correct? Here we provide an example of a coding notice and explain some of the jargon and what the various numbers mean.

Updated on 21 March 2019

Are you an employee and in need of help to understand your tax code and check that it is correct? Here we provide an example of a coding notice and explain some of the jargon and what the various numbers mean. 

Image of a tax jar and savings jar
Updated on 22 May 2020

Trying to fill out an R40 to claim back tax deducted from savings and investments? We provide an annotated example to help illustrate how to complete the form.

Image of a sample payslip on a computer screen
Updated on 22 May 2020

Not sure what your payslip should look like and what information it should hold? We provide you with an example and breakdown of a typical payslip.

Image of a calendar and sticky note with start new job written on it
Updated on 22 May 2020

Are you starting a new job and do not have a form P45? Here we provide three annotated examples to illustrate how you should complete a starter checklist.

Image of the word expenses written on a notepad
Updated on 22 May 2020

Have you paid expenses related to your employment? You may be able to claim tax relief. We provide an example, showing you how to complete form P87, which you can use to claim tax relief on employment expenses.