Nanny Payroll Legislation
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Employing a nanny brings with it the same obligations as any business taking on an employee. By law, therefore, an employer must account for Income Tax and National Insurance Contributions on the salary paid to a nanny or mothers help, whether they are full time, part time or temporary.
As an employer you should be aware of the latest Tax Laws which can affect your employee payroll such as:
- Legal Employment
- Tax Relief on Childcare
- Inland Revenue Incentive Payments
- National Minimum Wage
- EU Nannies
- Holiday Entitlement
- Maternity Rights: Statutory Maternity Pay and Maternity Leave
- Statutory Sick Pay
- Disciplinary Action
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