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Hi.The benefits in the tax code may be correct or incorrect. When you complete a tax return, you need actual figures. In your client's case, that will be the following:1 The P60 from his employer showing his gross pay and tax deducted for the 2014/15 tax year.2 The 2014/15 P11D showing taxable employment benefits, a company car in your client's case, and reimbursed expenses, if any.3 The actual amount of gift aid donations made by your client in 2014/15.4 The actual amount of child benefit received by your client in the 2014/15 tax year.5 The actual rental income and expenses for the 2014/15 tax year.6 Details of any other income sources your client had in 2014/15.The fact that there are figures in a tax code does not mean they are correct or that your client has a company car, for example. He may have given it up and not told the tax office. He may not have made any gift aid donations. You have to ask him for the information you need.I hope this helps but let me know if you have any further questions.
The figures are correct because I have got both his P60 and P11D