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Health & Social Care Levy employer planning guide

April's NI increase will affect both employees and employers. But how exactly will employers be affected specifically? This free guide includes 5 great planning tips that employers can take advantage of, to mitigate the tax increase and costs to employ.

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From April 2022, the new Health and Social Care Levy comes into effect. It might be called a ‘levy’ but the HSCL (a new payroll acronym will be getting very used to) is just an additional tax on employers and employees, which will be collected via National Insurance contributions in 2022/23, and as a separate deduction on payslips from April 2023.

NOTE: with the cost to employ increasing by the equivalent of 9% only three months away, are there any opportunities to mitigate this cost increase? (Not forgetting, there is also a significant increase in national minimum wage which will impact all wage differentials as well.)

This free guide contains everything employers will need to know, including planning tips and other tax schemes available.

[You can also download the employee guide here]

[WEBINAR] - 10th March 2022 4pm - 6pm BST

Join us for a live presentation and update with Samantha Johnson, Policy Lead at CIPP for the HSCL and what to expect in the new tax year. The event is free to attend and is open to anyone working in payroll. Learn more and register here.

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