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An employee is anyone who works on a full time, part time or casual basis for the business and includes company directors. Employers should register as soon as possible when a qualifying employee is appointed and may register up to four weeks prior to the first employees pay day. You should register as an employer and operate a PAYE system if your employee already has other employment, or if the employee’s earnings are equal to or above the PAYE threshold. The PAYE threshold for 2007-08 is earnings of £100 per week or £435 per month at which point income tax and national insurance deductions may be required. These limits include the value of any benefits in kind that may be paid. ird forms

Employer Registration Information RequiredGenerally the information to be provided includes the business name, trading address, type of business, name and address of the employer, national insurance number and tax office reference of the employer, contact telephone number and email address if applying by email., In addition details will be required of the likely number of employees, frequency of payment, the date the first employee was appointed and the first payment date. Also have available the address where the payroll records will be kept and the contact details of the person responsible for the payroll. Where partners are involved details of each partner’s names, addresses, national insurance numbers and tax office references will be required and the LLP number for Limited Liability Partnerships. Limited Companies will be required to supply the address of the company’s registered office, date of incorporation and company registration number plus details of the directors; names, addresses, contact telephone numbers, national insurance numbers, tax office references

 

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