National Insurance Exemption for Apprentices

September 21, 2016

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From 6 April 2016, there is a new National Insurance exemption for apprentices who are under the age of 25.

Firms that employ qualifying apprentices no longer need to pay employer Class 1 Secondary National Insurance contributions in respect of their earnings.

Accountancy experts Beever and Struthers who partnered with us on a recent apprenticeship reform breakfast seminar have created an advice document, highlighting this change and what it means for businesses.

To download, please click here.

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