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Use either the appropriate weekly table or the exact percentage method to calculate National Insurance contributions from the employer and employee respectively. If a payment is in week 53, use the table for week 52 again. Add to each payment any payments made earlier in the same Income Tax week when working out the tax to be deducted.
Pay interval — irregular pay intervals of more than a week but not multiples of weeks or months For irregular pay intervals of more than a week but not multiples of weeks or months, the earnings period is the interval the payment covers.
To work out National Insurance contributions due, you must use the exact percentage method. To do this work out the daily lower earnings limit by dividing the weekly limit by 7, multiply the answer by the number of calendar days in the period which the payment covers.
In all cases the resulting figures should be calculated to the nearest penny.
National Insurance contributions are due on earnings in each intervals if the earnings exceed the Primary Threshold and Secondary Threshold for employees and employers.
If a payment is made in week After that, take into account the time elapsed between payments to the employee to work out the correct basis to use. For example, if the first payment is in week 4, use the table for week 4. If the next payment is made in week 10, use the table for week 6 10 minus 4 , or if the next payment is in week 10 but the employment started in week 6, use the table for week 4 10 minus 6. If the next payment is made in week 16, use the table for week 6 16 minus To work out the National Insurance contributions due, follow whichever rule above applies.
If you employ them for more than a week, use the table for the week the employment ends. If the employment started after the end of the tax year use the table for the length of the employment. For example, if the employment starts in week 5 and ends in week 9 use the table for week 4 9 minus 5.
For National Insurance contributions purposes the payment must be treated as if it had been made at its regular time, if the actual and regular payment days are in the same tax year.
The payment may also be treated as having been made at its regular time when the payment dates cross a tax year. When a regular payday falls on a non-banking day but payment made on the last working day before the regular payday Pay due on Saturday 6 January tax month 10 but paid on Friday 5 January , should be treated for PAYE purposes as being paid on 6 January For National Insurance contributions purposes the payment must be treated as having been paid on 6 January When a payment is made on the first working day after the regular payday Pay due on Saturday 6 January tax month 10 but paid on Monday 8 January , should be treated for PAYE purposes as being paid on 6 January Regular payday on Thursday 5 April tax year to and payment made on Friday 6 April For more National Insurance contributions information and examples, read section 3.
For National Insurance contributions purposes Work out National Insurance contributions from the first payment after the change based on the new earnings period. Do this even if the first weekly payday falls within the same tax month as the previous monthly payday.
Use the National Insurance contributions calculator. Example A monthly paid employee changes to being weekly paid on the first day of the month, after receiving a monthly salary the day before. The first weekly payday is the 5th. Although this payment is in the same tax month as the monthly salary, treat it completely separately and work out National Insurance contributions on the payment using a weekly earnings period.
Example A weekly paid employee changes to being monthly paid on 9 July and receives their last 2 payments on 29 June and 6 July. The new earnings period is a month and will coincide with the tax month which always starts on the sixth of every month. The first monthly payday is 31 July. Work out National Insurance contributions due on the first monthly pay taking into account the earnings and National Insurance contributions worked out on the payment made on 6 July.
The total National Insurance contributions payable must not exceed that which would have been payable had the 2 payments been added together and monthly National Insurance contributions worked out on the total. Amend the payroll record. No, thank you. Ross Jones went to his local Majestic, where he found a French regional red which 'possesses an excellent depth of mulberry fruit mingled with leather and spice'. That reminded me of a eulogy written by Pamela Vandyke Price, known to all in the wine trade as Lady P.
Writing I think about a bottle of Chateau Talbot, she declared and it was meant to be lavish praise : 'Do I smell undergrowth? Do I smell damp saddle leather? Not, I think, like Majestic's blurb for a German Riesling: 'Now beginning to open up an intriguing bouquet of exotic grapefruit and kerosene.
It is hard to find. WH Smith does not carry it. He directed me to a shop in Mayfair called Heywood Hill. I arrived in the pouring rain to find it apparently closed. But the owner suddenly darted out and said that he would love to serve me, except that someone had fused his lights.
However, without much pleading by me, he managed to find the book in the darkness, and I read it by what remained of the light from the street. When I wrote a cheque, by candlelight, they refused my bank card, no doubt deeming it far too modern.
I expect they would have gladly accepted Tsarist bonds instead of new-fangled decimal currency. The book is an astonishing achievement.
Mr Arnold-Baker, who has at one time or another been a spy, a lawyer and an academic, and who commanded Churchill's bodyguard during the war, wrote the entire thing himself over 30 years. It must be the last great one-man work of reference.
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This is a flag accessible to modders that can be set on any planetary modifier, and will result in that planet appearing in the Expansion Planner even if it not of a habitable planet class.
For now, the only significant modifier is Terraforming Candidates such as Mars , so you should no longer find a Terraforming Candidate only to forget which system it is located in, but we expect to make more use of this functionality in the future. We also spent some time cleaning up the Terraforming interface in general, hiding the button for planets where it is never applicable such as non-Terraforming Candidate barren worlds and improving the sorting and style of the actual terraforming window.
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