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When emailed payslips from your employer aren't suitable for your application, or you can't find your P60 it can be frustrating. Electronic payroll may be convenient but there are times when you need actual printed documents as proof of earnings to rent or buy property, access student support, apply for finance and more.
You can create Replacement Payslips or a P60 Document to ensure everything runs smoothly. Transfer information from your e-slips, or simply provide standard salary information and even reverse calculate from just income on your bank statement.
It only takes minutes to get documents. You'll receive high quality colour PDF copies by email and matching printed stationery by post.
Used by small businesses with casual payroll requirements and employees who have lost payslips or need printed copies of electronic pay summaries. Our platform quickly calculates payslips or P60 certificates and sends high quality PDF copies by email in minutes. Printed items (if required) are posted first class and usually arrive the following day.
Quick and simple to generate wage slips or year end summaries using our online platform, just enter name and address (optional) information for both employee and company, insurance number, pay amount and if you have any special tax requirements then our software will calculate the payroll deductions and create payslips or P60.
Layouts can be a simple pay matched amount showing pay and deductions for tax and national insurance. This can be calculated from either Gross salary or reverse calculated from Net pay if only the take home amount is available.
Alternatively build detailed payslips that include options such as hours (or days) worked, pay rate, bonus, commission, sickness or maternity, expenses, and extra deductions for pensions (EE/ER), healthcare and student loan.
Most popular styles are supported including tear open mailer security style P60 forms or payslips. Printed documents are laser printed on genuine payroll stationery to match the electronic copies sent by email.
A popular question is ‘how can I get P60 a P60 for the last 5 years?’ Many styles of P60 are printed each year with a fixed date for that year end for example Apr 5th 2019. Once stock of those documents are depleted it can be difficult to get printed copies for older years. We hold bulk stocks for each and currently hold the popular styles for the past 10 payroll years.
We cant check your pay information with your employer or HMRC but we will calculate everything correctly based on the pay amount and details you provide. Placing an order is quite straightforward and takes just a few minutes. After adding the items you require to the shopping basket and selecting 'Checkout' you will be asked to enter the following information.
Your Name: On a payslip it can be any format you wish i.e. Sally James, Miss S James, S James, etc. However if ordering a P60 names need to be written in full, including any middle names.
Your Address: The Green 'Standard Style' payslip does not have space for your home address, but all other payslip styles and the P60 do include this information.
National Insurance (NI) Number: This would normally be shown on all documents.
Tax Code: This is required on all documents. If you don't know, it is very likely just the standard tax code. If you had paid too little or too much tax in the past you may have a special code assigned, but would have been notified by HMRC. If this is a second job and your tax allowance is used up by your main employment your code will likely be 'BR' or possibly 'D0' if you pay higher rate. If you are unsure we will calculate at the standard tax rate for the year.
Job Start Date: The new pay year starts every April 6th. Year to date figures are calculated from this point. If you started work after the start date you need to provide that so we can calculate correctly. If you were working there before April 6th, this is not required.
Company Name: This is essential for all documents.
Company Address: Optional for Payslips and space is limited on 'Plus' and 'Security' styles. If you need a longer business address choose 'Standard' or 'Prime' Payslip layouts. The full Company address needs to be shown for a P60.
Works (employee) ID: This is optional on all documents. If your employer has issued a 'Work ID' or 'Employee Number' this is where you enter that. Not everyone has a works ID.
First Payslip Date Required: Only for payslips. This is the date of the first payslip you wish to order. If ordering more than one, all others will follow on from this date based on whether you get paid weekly, monthly, four or two weekly intervals.
Pay Period: Are you paid Weekly, every Two Weeks, Four Weeks, Monthly or have other arrangements.
Pay Amount: The amount you receive per week, month, etc. This can be either the gross amount (before deductions) or the take home pay. We can calculate all tax and national insurance deductions from the amount you provide. If you receive different amounts each time you can add the dates and amounts in the 'Extra Info' box. You can also simply provide the annual salary and we will work accordingly.
Gross / Net: The pay amount you entered, is it Gross (Before Tax) or Net (Take home Pay).
Pay Method: How do you receive your payment? Via Bank Transfer, BACS, Cheque, Cash, etc. This is usually shown on the payslip.
Extra Information: You can add anything here you may think useful. If you want us to show specific tax & NI amounts, or a pension or loan deduction. If your salary is broken down by basic, commission, bonus or hours worked. If you are paid on different days of the month, week, etc.
Employee PAYE Ref Number: (P60 Only) This will be on old copies of the P60 from the employer. If you don't have it we can often find out, but enter it if you know.
Gender: (P60 Only) Is the person named on the document Male or Female.
Standard style payslips - The common feature is they do not include the employee home address, although they can include the full company details. They are very popular and have been around for many years and are a very recognisable payslip. Click any thumbnail for a detailed image.
Plus & Prime style payslips - Both are larger documents that do include space for the full home address of the employee. The company address is limited in space on the plus style and is better abbreviated or just the name. Prime style can accommodate both.
Security style payslipsTear open mailers made from a thicker card material with a plastic see through window for the address to show. SECURITY MAILER
The common feature is they do not include the employee home address, although they can include the full company details. They are very popular and have been around for many years and are a very recognisable payslip. Click any thumbnail for a detailed image.