Schema and P60 changes

Schema and P60 changes

Bereavement pay figures added to P60s

The different formats of P60s have been updated to now include Statutory Parental Bereavement pay on them. Below is an example of the relevant part of the new PDF P60 format:


RTI and P11D Submission changes

New elements have been added to schemas for the 2020/2021 (end of year) P11D submissions, and RTI submissions for the 2021/2022 tax year, to reflect requirements from HMRC. More information about these additions can be found on the HMRC website, but they include things like the new Scottish Student loan, zero emissions support for P11D submissions.

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