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How much employer tax and NI does an employer pay for an employee

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How much employer tax and NI does an employer pay for an employee on a salary of £35k

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For this tax year tax would be

 

Pay £35,000

Less Allowances 6035

 

Chargeable to tax 28965 x 20% = £5793

 

National Insurance

Pay £35,000

Less NI Free 5460

 

Chargeable 29540 x 11% = £3249.40

 

From Gross Pay of £35,000 Less Tax £5793, Less NI £3249.40 = Net Income £25,957

£2163 per month, on the assumption that this pay has been spread over the whole tax year, ie 12 months 52 weeks etc etc

 

You state employer tax - so no further tax is due - but the Employer would also make a payment for National Insurance- but this would not affect your money, this is an employer contribution of approx £3783.12 - but this is on the assumption that pay has been spread over the whole tax year.

 

But the tax and NI shown first is what the employee has deducted, the only out of pocket expense you have is the additional NI Contributions

 

 

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Sam

 

 

 

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