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A P60 is a form that explains how much you’ve earned over the tax year (which runs from 6 April to 5 April the following year). It also includes how much you’ve paid in National Insurance contributions and Pay As You Earn (PAYE) income tax. The information on your P60 is drawn from information submitted
When you leave a job, your former Employer should issue you with a P45 form. This details your salary and the taxes you’ve paid to date in the tax year. When you leave an Employer, it is their responsibility to issue a P45 form. The form has four parts – Part 1, Part 1A, Part
Healthcare Assistant, Care Worker, Carer, Care Assistant, Support Worker and so on. Many of these Job titles mean the same thing, they are essentially centred around two key areas of what we do, those areas are Care and Support, and so in a short hand sense, the two Job titles best suited to these two
A Disclosure and Barring Service or DBS check (also called disclosure) has no official expiry date. Any information included is accurate at the time the check was carried out. Whether or not to carry out a subsequent check is up to the practice owner/employer. Some authorities suggest a new check every 3 years.
Acas (Advisory, Conciliation and Arbitration Service) provides free and impartial information and advice to employers and employees on all aspects of workplace relations and employment law. They support good relationships between employers and employees which underpin business success. But when things go wrong they can help you by providing conciliation to resolve workplace problems. More
Use this service to estimate how much Income Tax and National Insurance you should pay for the current tax year (6 April 2019 to 5 April 2020). This tells you your take-home pay if you do not have any other deductions, such as pension contributions or student loans. More info, Click here.
You have the legal right to choose a GP practice that best suits your needs. Try comparing GP practices according to facilities, services, access and performance before you decide. Ask friends, relatives and others you trust for their thoughts and recommendations. The GP practice must accept you, unless there are reasonable grounds to refuse you. These must