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Hi Roy Andrews
We will need to check the clients record to ensure the returns are held before advising you to ignore the paper P11D(b) and payslip.
Please contact the Employers Helpline:
Employers: general enquiries
Hi peter nicholson,
Class 3 NIC cannot be paid for any week in which a person is over SPA or, for any week in the tax year that they reach SPA .
You should contact DWP to obtain a Pension Statement and discuss the implications on benefit entitlement.
Telephone: 0800 731 0175
Telephone from outside the UK: +44 (0)191 218 3600
Hi steve turner,
The national insurance is normally updated approximately November after the tax year ends.
Yes, this should be treated as a foreign pension and would be entered under the foreign section of the return.
If any tax has already been deducted in Australia then also enter this information as you may be able to claim credit for this against any UK tax.
You will need to write into the following address so that we can make a liability decision for you:
National Insurance Contributions and Employer Office
HM Revenue and Customs
We will need the following information contained within the letter:
Your National Insurance Number
Your date of birth
Your most recent UK address
Your address abroad – if applicable
The type of work you do
Your company name and address – UK and abroad
Where your contract is held
How often your work in the UK
Your normal working pattern
If we decide that you are UK liable, an EU employer has the same responsibilities as a UK employer. These responsibilities include:
Taking off employee contributions
Paying employer contributions
Sending of returns
You can act as payroll agent for your employer if the employer does not have a business in the UK. However, the taking off and paying the NICs is the employer’s responsibility.
For more help on how to do this you can phone our Employer Helpline on 0300 200 3200 (+44 151 268 0558 if phoning from outside of the UK).
Hi Milda Skireliene,
That department are currently dealing with work from 24 June 2021.
Please contact the National Insurance Helpline on 0300 200 3500 to chase progress.
Unfortunately this isn’t something we could respond to, we can only answer HMRC questions on this forum.
National Insurance number applications are actioned by DWP.
Please contact the DWP for advice: