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Employer's National Insurance Allowance

Saturday 16th April 2016

From April 2016 companies that only have one person on the payroll can no longer claim the Employer's National Insurance Allowance.

This means if you draw a salary above the Employer's NI threshold of £8,112 then you will be paying Employer's NI this tax year which you would not have done in the past.

If this effects you and you would like to understand your options then please take a look at our salary pages of our website.

This does not effect you if you draw a salary of £8,060 a year.

If you have any questions please drop Chris an email on chris@123contracting.co.uk

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