What is PAYE Tax? The UK Pay As You Earn system (PAYE) is a method of paying National Insurance contributions and Income Tax.
PAYE: This 'Pay As You Earn' section includes key information about the National Minimum Wage and the current payment rates.
All these processes take place before you receive your pension or wages.
Find out how to keep pay and tax records and the correct procedures for using PAYE forms: P45, P60, P11D.
This is where you get expert advice about you payment rights as workers and employers. There is extra information about the pay you need to declare and how to report any cash in hand payments.
HMRC CHILDCARE VOUCHERS: The online tool helps you determine whether claiming tax credits is best. But, parents should use the childcare vouchers better off calculator as a general guide only.
NLW: The previous rise to the mandatory National Living Wage was in 2016. Check what hourly rate you should be getting if you are a worker aged 25 or older.
NMW: The section explains employer responsibilities for paying the National Minimum Wage. All employers must ensure their workers receive the least amount due to them.
NMW RATES: The National Minimum Wage rates change every October in the United Kingdom. Whereas, the rate for the National Living Wage change most often in April.
Note: The rates for the National Minimum Wage 2017/18 are also available in Welsh language. Read 'Cyfraddau'r Isafswm Cyflog Cenedlaethol a’r Cyflog Byw Cenedlaethol' (Cymraeg).
REGISTERING AS AN EMPLOYER: You will need to register with HMRC as an employer if you start employing people. New employers usually prefer to register as an employer online using the government facility.
Your Pay at Work, Tax, and the National Minimum Wage in the United Kingdom