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    Hello,

    I have recently been offered a new role which I have decided to accept. However, I would like to stay on with my current employer under a zero hours contract.

    Would I be able to give a p60 instead of a p45 to my new employers? If no is there another document that I could give instead of a P45?

    Unfortunately, since I started my current job they have implemented a new, more complicated recruiting system, so it would be a lot easier if I could hand in a different document, instead of getting my P45 and then contacting them again for a zero hours contract.

    Thank you in advance for your advice/help.
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    (Original post by mattyb17)
    Hello,

    I have recently been offered a new role which I have decided to accept. However, I would like to stay on with my current employer under a zero hours contract.

    Would I be able to give a p60 instead of a p45 to my new employers? If no is there another document that I could give instead of a P45?

    Unfortunately, since I started my current job they have implemented a new, more complicated recruiting system, so it would be a lot easier if I could hand in a different document, instead of getting my P45 and then contacting them again for a zero hours contract.

    Thank you in advance for your advice/help.
    Ask your new employer for a Starter Checklist (this replaced the old P46).
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    (Original post by Hedgeman49)
    Ask your new employer for a Starter Checklist (this replaced the old P46).
    Thank you for your reply.

    If I ask them for a starter checklist will I have to tell them that I am sticking with a zero hours contract for my current employer? I do intend on telling the new employers, but I would prefer to tell them after, say a month so that I can try and prove to them that I am a good/reliable employee.
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    Hope you do know a p60 is what you get at the end of every tax year stating what you have earned and how much tax you have paid in that year :-)
    I have two jobs also and I didnt tell my new employer I had another job but I did state to the other one that my availability would change. I then had to ring revenue and customs for my tax code to be split and put my new job as the main job and my other one as a second job.
    Advice: make sure your tax code is split so you avoid payin emergency tax!!!

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    (Original post by Eah0691)
    Hope you do know a p60 is what you get at the end of every tax year stating what you have earned and how much tax you have paid in that year :-)
    I have two jobs also and I didnt tell my new employer I had another job but I did state to the other one that my availability would change. I then had to ring revenue and customs for my tax code to be split and put my new job as the main job and my other one as a second job.
    Advice: make sure your tax code is split so you avoid payin emergency tax!!!

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    Thank you for your reply.

    I just spoke to my parents and they told me a bit about P60s so I feel a bit dumb now :P.

    So when you started your newer/main job you didnt have to give a special document in place of a P45?
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    Yeah comin to think of it it was a p46 I had to get the paye code from my other job and write that down on to the form for my main job I dont know why but I had to use the paye code for revenue and custom to split tax code
    Glad I could help :-)

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    Great, thanks once again for your help
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    ;-) no probs x

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    Hi Matty,
    I cannot message you back as your inbox is full sorry


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