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    Hi mogga71

    Yes, the calculations are correct.


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    Quote Originally Posted by mogga71 View Post
    Lucy ... do you both roughly agree with these figures?
    * Close (assuming 1250L)... breakdown as follows with max pension contributions (£3,596.61 per month):

    Contract Rate: £5,000.00 per month

    Employers NI: £70.72
    Margin: £95.00
    Employment Costs: £6.16
    Employers Pension: £36.95

    Employees NI: £61.50
    PAYE: £37.80
    Employees Pension: £3,559.66

    Net Income: £1,132.20

    * If using £40k contributions (£3,333.33 per month) for the pension it is as follows:

    Contract Rate: £5,000.00 per month

    Employers NI: £102.51
    Margin: £95.00
    Employment Costs: £7.31
    Employers Pension: £48.38

    Employees NI: £89.14
    PAYE: £83.80
    Employees Pension: £3,284.95

    Net Income: £1,288.91


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    Quote Originally Posted by eek View Post
    For the salary sacrifice bit we need to work backwards and first work out the lowest amount the agency must legally pay:

    Your salary needs to be at least £8.72 (min wage) * 35 (hours) * 4.33 (weeks per calendar month) or £1321.51 a month before employee taxes

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    Monthly min pay £1321.51
    Income tax        £55.80
    Employee NI       £72.30
    
    Net take home    £1193.42
    And going the other way to get the employer tax payments

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    Salary             £1321.51
    Employers NI      £83.15
    Employment tax    £3.33
    Margin                £95.00
    
    Total paid out  £1502.99
    
    amount left     £3497.01 paid into the pension
    Why would you put tax and NICs on the minimum wage? If it was the minimum wage per month (not £5000) only can one do SS on it all? So no tax and NICs?
    Brolly fee is payable of course.

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    Quote Originally Posted by win10 View Post
    Why would you put tax and NICs on the minimum wage? If it was the minimum wage per month (not £5000) only can one do SS on it all? So no tax and NICs?
    Brolly fee is payable of course.
    Because the Government determines the point at which NI and tax is paid and that might be lower than the minimum wage - so people always pay some tax.
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    Quote Originally Posted by win10 View Post
    Why would you put tax and NICs on the minimum wage?
    Because on £8.72 per hour, assuming 37.5 hours a week, the annual taxable salary is just over £17k, so above the £12,500 threshold at which tax kicks in.

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    Quote Originally Posted by eek View Post
    Because the Government determines the point at which NI and tax is paid and that might be lower than the minimum wage - so people always pay some tax.
    Does that mean if you negotiate less hours per week with brolly to the tune of £732/month, you wont pay any NICs and tax?
    Arent all brolly contracts in effect zero hour?

    But still wouldn't the SS kick in first before tax and NICs?
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    Quote Originally Posted by win10 View Post
    Does that mean if you negotiate less hours per week with brolly to the tune of £732/month, you wont pay any NICs and tax?
    Arent all brolly contracts in effect zero hour?

    But still wouldn't the SS kick in first before tax and NICs?
    The brolly will look at the actual hours worked in the calculations, and then refer to the NICs thresholds to see what applies each time payment is made.

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    Quote Originally Posted by lucyclarityumbrella View Post
    In simple terms - paying into a pension via salary sacrifice will reduce all tax and NI contributions
    I am not saying you are wrong. I just want to understand it. How the above reconcile with the £214 deductions of £5000/m?

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    Quote Originally Posted by win10 View Post
    I am not saying you are wrong. I just want to understand it. How the above reconcile with the £214 deductions of £5000/m?
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    Quote Originally Posted by northernladuk View Post
    Yes he is Lucy. He says you dont know your arse from your elbow and he'd like a cup of tea please.

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