Don’t miss out on £2,000 national insurance saving

Caravan and holiday park businesses are being urged not to miss out on a £2,000 annual reduction in their employment costs from 6 April 2014.

The new Employment Allowance will see up to 1.25 million UK employers benefit from the annual reduction in their Class 1 secondary national insurance contributions (NICs).

More than 90 per cent of those benefiting will be smaller businesses and around 450,000 firms will be taken out of paying Class 1 secondary NICs altogether.

Employers will be able to indicate that they wish to claim the allowance through standard payroll software or HM Revenue & Customs’ (HMRC) Basic PAYE Tools. They will then need to reduce their Class 1 NICs payment by an amount equivalent to the amount due, up to the £2,000 limit.

For example, if the employer’s Class 1 NICs are £1,200 each month, in April the Employment Allowance used will be £1,200 and in May it will be £800, making £2,000 in total.

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