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    A friend of mine applied for student finance maintenance loan but was unable to get her father's P60's as they had worked for many firms in the tax year. She asked for her father's estimated income, put it down and sent it off by accident but is unsure on whether to leave them to double check with HMRC and fix it or to call in and explain the issue. What should she do? Thanks
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    (Original post by aliyah_crypto)
    A friend of mine applied for student finance maintenance loan but was unable to get her father's P60's as they had worked for many firms in the tax year. She asked for her father's estimated income, put it down and sent it off by accident but is unsure on whether to leave them to double check with HMRC and fix it or to call in and explain the issue. What should she do? Thanks
    Employees working for more than one company should get multiple P60s - one from each employer.

    Alternatively an employee leaving part way through a tax year will get a P45 which contains details of total income.

    If these aren't available then payslips might be requested.

    I'd suggest she call up to check if any evidence is required or not.
 
 
 
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