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Posted Thu, 15 Jul 2021 15:17:52 GMT by scott
Just confirming I've got this right, My contracted salary is £50k, but my P60 only shows £46085 total for the year 20 to 21 (so guess that's my pension contributions removed and I don't need to worry about entering them in the deductions) In the child benefit calculator where I enter income details I just need to add the Pay Total for year from my P60 plus the Private medical insurance Cash equivalent from my P11D? So in this instance its £46,085 from the P60 plus £633 from my P11D. giving £46,718 in total which means I don't need to do a self assessment according to the calculator. and if I didn't receive the medical insurance from the company in future years, then I'd purely only have to enter the number from my P60 if that's my only income? Thanks
Posted Fri, 16 Jul 2021 10:56:09 GMT by HMRC Admin 9
Hi, 

You are correct.

Thank you. 

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