What is Employment Allowance?Back 9 October 2018
What is Employment Allowance?
You could get up to £3,000 a year off your National Insurance bill if you’re an employer - this is called Employment Allowance.
The employment allowance will reduce your employers’ (secondary) Class 1 National Insurance each time you run your payroll until the £3,000 has gone or the tax year ends (whichever is sooner).
You can only claim against Class 1 National Insurance you’ve paid, up to a maximum of £3,000 each tax year. You can still claim the emplyment allowance if you pay less than £3,000 a year.
There are some eligibility criteria that need to be met before you can claim and they can be for here.
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