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  • Tax - Childcare voucher salary sacrifice policy
    Childcare voucher salary sacrifice policyWhere childcare is provided by way of voucher, the first £55* per week is tax free if certain conditions are met. Whether you administer a voucher scheme yourself or engage an external voucher provider, you need a policy in place to demonstrate that your scheme meets the requirements. An approved schemeTo meet the HMRC's conditions for tax-free childcare, you will need evidence that the scheme is offered to all employees, so include a Childcare Voucher Policy in your...
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  • Tax - Sample childcare voucher
    Sample childcare voucher Where you offer your employees childcare vouchers as a benefit in kind, you can use a childcare voucher company to administer the scheme and provide the vouchers. Alternatively, you arrange childcare direct with registered childcarers and produce your own vouchers for employees to redeem. Tax-free vouchersThe first £55* per week of childcare vouchers that you give to an employee is both tax and NI free for those who joined the scheme before April 2011. Use our Sample Childcare Voucher...
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  • Tax - Register of child carers
    Register of child carersHMRC imposes a fairly strict record-keeping regime on employers who provide their staff with subsidised childcare as a benefit in kind. For example, the tax and NI exemption which can apply is only given where the childcare is provided by a registered or approved carer. For this reason you should keep a record of all childcarers you pay to provide childcare for one or more of your employees. Stringent record keepingThe HMRC Employer Helpbook E18 - “How to help your employees with childcare”...
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