Form SSP2 "Statutory Sick Pay Ssp Record Sheet" - United Kingdom

Form SSP2 or the "Statutory Sick Pay Ssp Record Sheet" is a form issued by the HM Revenue & Customs.

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Statutory Sick Pay (SSP)
record sheet
About this form
More information
This form is for employers to use to record details of their
For more information see the E14 Employer Helpbook
employee's Statutory Sick Pay (SSP). You must keep these details.
for Statutory Sick Pay which is available on the HMRC Basic
PAYE Tools.
Keeping an accurate record of each absence will help make sure
you pay the correct amount of Statutory Sick Pay (SSP) for the
If you need help with this form or with the SSP scheme,
correct period.
you can phone the Employer Helpline on 08457 143 143.
You do not have to use this form, but you may find it helpful.
You must keep SSP records for at least three years after the end
of the tax year to which they relate.
You are required by law to keep:
• records of dates of sickness lasting at least four days in a row,
that is Periods of Incapacity for Work (PIW), reported
by your employees, and
• records of all payments of SSP you make during PIW.
How to use this SSP record sheet
Please:
Box 1 Tick the qualifying days, and write in the date of
• read these guidance notes, and
any change.
• complete the Employee details below.
Box 2 Write in the maximum liability. Remember that
Boxes A to D – Information brought forward
you have to pay 28 weeks in a PIW. But if linked
For existing employee’s take the information you hold from
PIWs with you run longer than three years, your
the previous year’s record.
liability stops.
Employee’s details
Surname or family name
First name(s)
National Insurance number
Information brought forward
A
/
/
D
First day of PIW
Waiting
days in
B
/
/
Date SSP1 form
PIW
issued
with
you
C
/
/
Last day of PIW
Tick the qualifying days
1
Sun Mon Tue Wed Thu
Fri
Sat
Date
/
/
/
/
/
/
Days
2
Maximum
SSP
Money
£
£
£
£
£
£
£
liability
SSP2
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HMRC 12/12
Statutory Sick Pay (SSP)
record sheet
About this form
More information
This form is for employers to use to record details of their
For more information see the E14 Employer Helpbook
employee's Statutory Sick Pay (SSP). You must keep these details.
for Statutory Sick Pay which is available on the HMRC Basic
PAYE Tools.
Keeping an accurate record of each absence will help make sure
you pay the correct amount of Statutory Sick Pay (SSP) for the
If you need help with this form or with the SSP scheme,
correct period.
you can phone the Employer Helpline on 08457 143 143.
You do not have to use this form, but you may find it helpful.
You must keep SSP records for at least three years after the end
of the tax year to which they relate.
You are required by law to keep:
• records of dates of sickness lasting at least four days in a row,
that is Periods of Incapacity for Work (PIW), reported
by your employees, and
• records of all payments of SSP you make during PIW.
How to use this SSP record sheet
Please:
Box 1 Tick the qualifying days, and write in the date of
• read these guidance notes, and
any change.
• complete the Employee details below.
Box 2 Write in the maximum liability. Remember that
Boxes A to D – Information brought forward
you have to pay 28 weeks in a PIW. But if linked
For existing employee’s take the information you hold from
PIWs with you run longer than three years, your
the previous year’s record.
liability stops.
Employee’s details
Surname or family name
First name(s)
National Insurance number
Information brought forward
A
/
/
D
First day of PIW
Waiting
days in
B
/
/
Date SSP1 form
PIW
issued
with
you
C
/
/
Last day of PIW
Tick the qualifying days
1
Sun Mon Tue Wed Thu
Fri
Sat
Date
/
/
/
/
/
/
Days
2
Maximum
SSP
Money
£
£
£
£
£
£
£
liability
SSP2
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HMRC 12/12
How to use this SSP record sheet
continued
Week 1 Week 1 will be the first calendar week or part-week
Box 4
SSP due in week/month.
of the new tax year. This will start from 6 April to
Box 5
Running total of SSP.
the Saturday of that week.
Box 6
Remarks.
Box 3
Use the following code letters to note the days
If the qualifying days are the same each week:
of sickness:
• use the ‘Days’ parts of box 2
W Waiting days.
• note the days of SSP due in numbers. Write 1, 2, 3, 4, 5
N Non-qualifying days.
in box 3
• if the qualifying days change, write the new details in
C Ceased SSP entitlement. Give the reasons in
boxes 1 and 2.
box 6. Remember to issue form SSP1 Statutory
Sick Pay and an employee’s claim to benefit.
If the qualifying days are not the same each week:
• use the ‘Money’ parts of box 2
X Sickness in doubt, or late notification. Give the
• write 'P' in box 3 for each day SSP is due
reasons in box 6.
• keep a running total of SSP in box 5.
P SSP is due. Only use ‘P’ where the qualifying days
At the beginning of a new tax year, start a new record sheet.
vary. If they do not vary, write in the numbers.
Write in any new details for box 2.
Always note four days or more of sickness,
whether or not SSP is due.
If SSP is due after a gap of more than eight weeks since the
end of the last PIW, work out new details for box 2.
Employee’s details
ontinued
Week ending
Week
SSP due in
Running
3
4
5
6
Record of sickness and SSP
Remarks
Saturday
week/
total of
Sun Mon Tue Wed Thu
Fri
Sat
month
SSP
/
/
1
£
£
/
/
2
£
£
/
/
3
£
£
/
/
4
£
£
/
/
5
£
£
/
/
6
£
£
/
/
7
£
£
/
/
8
£
£
/
/
9
£
£
/
/
10
£
£
/
/
11
£
£
/
/
12
£
£
/
/
13
£
£
/
/
14
£
£
/
/
15
£
£
/
/
16
£
£
/
/
17
£
£
/
/
18
£
£
/
/
19
£
£
/
/
20
£
£
/
/
21
£
£
Carried forward
£
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Employee’s details
ontinued
Week ending
Week
SSP due in
Running
4
5
6
3
Record of sickness and SSP
Remarks
Saturday
week/
total of
month
SSP
Sun Mon Tue Wed Thu
Fri
Sat
/
/
22
£
£
/
/
23
£
£
/
/
24
£
£
/
/
25
£
£
/
/
26
£
£
/
/
27
£
£
/
/
28
£
£
/
/
29
£
£
/
/
30
£
£
/
/
31
£
£
/
/
32
£
£
/
/
33
£
£
/
/
34
£
£
/
/
35
£
£
/
/
36
£
£
/
/
37
£
£
/
/
38
£
£
/
/
39
£
£
/
/
40
£
£
/
/
41
£
£
/
/
42
£
£
43
£
£
/
/
44
£
£
/
/
45
£
£
/
/
46
£
£
/
/
47
£
£
/
/
48
£
£
/
/
49
£
£
/
/
50
£
£
/
/
51
£
£
/
/
52
£
£
/
/
*
£
£
/
/
*Use the last line if sickness at the end of the tax year includes part of week 53
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