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Tax Tip

Are you employing students over the summer? 24/08/11

If you are, don't forget to give them the HMRC form P38S (2011) to sign. This form allows the student to earn their full annual allowance of £7,475 from their holiday work before any tax is deducted.

To qualify, the student must confirm they are to return to full time study at a named college, school or university for a course that will continue until at least 5 April 2012. The student must also not have employment during term time.

National minimum wage (NMW) rates do apply to students and part-time employees. For workers aged 18 to 20 inclusive the current NMW rate is £4.92 per hour, 21 and above £5.93.

NI deductions are not exempt; if the student's pay is at or above the earnings thresholds (£136 for employers contributions, £139 for employees contributions per week), you must deduct employees NICs and pay the appropriate employers NICs.

For a full list of current rates of PAYE and NI got to:

http://www.hmrc.gov.uk/paye/rates-thresholds.htm

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