UK Employment Law
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When it comes to tax and NI liabilities in respect of options or shares that are exercised after the end of employment, these will be taxable in the same way as if this had been done whilst the employee was still in employment with the company.
The employer can now apply a special tax code to deduct tax and NI from payments given to an ex-employee following the termination of their employment.
The usual ways for recovering PAYE and NI in these circumstances are:
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because i am not an employee anymore, am i guaranteed the employer will pay its part of the NI?
you should deal with this in the agreement you enter into with the employer but if they do not and you find out this is the case you can advise HMRC who will take measures to pursue this
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