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Our experts at DSR Tax Refunds know how hard it is to find good, quality information about HMRC’s tax regulations that is easy to understand, and that’s why we have created these handy guides to tell you everything you need to know. Our aim is to make life easier for our clients and that is why we want to share our expertise with you. You can also call our friendly team on 0330 122 9972 – we’re the tax experts you can trust. Or you can check out our online calculator to see if you could be due a refund.
Does your employer have to give you a payslip?
If you are employed, your employer must give you a payslip by law. This payslip can be used as proof of your income as well as the amount of tax you have paid on your earnings and any pension contributions you have made. It is your employer’s choice whether these payslips are provided electronically (online) or in paper form. They must be provided either on your payday or before.
You are entitled to a payslip by law, unless you are one of the following:

What information should be on your payslip?
By law, your payslip should show the following information:

If you have any fixed deductions, such as repayment for a season ticket loan, these must be explained by your employer – either on your payslip or in a separate written statement. If it is explained in a separate written statement, it must be sent before the first payslip and must be updated each tax year.
How can DSR Tax Refunds help?
We aim to make life as simple as possible for our clients and that includes giving you the information you need to make your taxes (and your life) simpler and less stressful.  Our team of experts at DSR Tax Refunds are always on hand to help our clients and our excellent standing with HMRC means that we can make sure you don’t fall foul of their regulations, while claiming your maximum tax rebate. We can even take care of all that paperwork and deal with HMRC on your behalf too. Call our friendly team on 0330 122 9972 – we’re the tax experts you can trust.
This page was last updated on 26/10/2018.

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