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P45noun [C]

uk   us   HR
in the UK, a ​document that you receive from your ​employer when you ​stopworking for them. It gives details of how much you have ​earned and how much ​tax you have ​paid while ​working in the ​job: When you ​leave, make sure you get a P45 from your ​employer. Cuts to the ​businessmean that hundreds of ​workers will soon be ​collecting their P45s.
(Definition of P45 from the Cambridge Business English Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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