We are in the early stages of considering it, I too would be interested in other's experiences
>>> "Toon, G." <[log in to unmask]> 26 April 2005 >>>
Has anyone implemented the above scheme?
If so what has been the level of take up from employees?
Many thanks for any advice.
Senior Systems Support & Development Accountant
University of Leicester
University Road, Leicester, LE1 7RH
Tel. 0116 252 2715
Fax. 0116 252 5000
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[mailto:[log in to unmask]]On Behalf Of Claire Bartlett
Sent: 26 April 2005 10:09
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Subject: NI calculations
Could someone help me with this query please.
If an employee starts to late in the month to be included on that monthly
payroll eg 25th April, and therefore receives payment in May for April and
May's salary we have always manually calculated the ni for 2 periods and
adjusted his May ni calculations accordingly. We have also been doing this
if someone is leaving in the first couple of days of the following month
and we have been requested to pay them off early eg leaves 3rd May and we
pay them in April.
My manager has queried if this is correct, and I know I was told by the
Inland Revenue that we do calculate for two separate periods for late
starters, but am not sure what the position is regarding early leavers (as
per my example above). I have had a quick look through my NI books but
can't lay my hands on anything at the moment, so thought I would ask what
other establishments do.
Many thanks for any info you can provide
L A Towers
University of Nottingham
Tele 0115 951 5651
Fax 0115 951 5633
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