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Posted Fri, 30 Jun 2023 08:54:57 GMT by Jo Thompson
If a casual worker is on payroll but we realise they haven’t worked for the organisation for over a year so remove them. Do I still produce a copy p45 to them even though they haven’t worked or paid tax in the financial year to date of terminating from payroll?
Posted Wed, 05 Jul 2023 14:53:32 GMT by HMRC Admin 20
Hi Jo Thompson,

You must give your employee a P45 when they leave.
Please see guidance available here: What to do when an employee leaves

Thank you.
Posted Tue, 28 Nov 2023 17:21:20 GMT by Kathy Mc
I recently formally left a casual role in which I had not done any work or received any pay since December 2022. The employer sent me a P45 and I was surprised to see quite a substantial sum in box 7 (total pay to date). On checking, this was the same as my P60 to April 2023. Is this right ? This was 2022/3 pay - I don't want it to count towards my 2023/4 personal allowance as it was not earned in the current year. Would really appreciate any advice whether I should query this ?

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