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FAQs

Holiday Entitlement

March 23, 2016 4:30 pm

Holiday entitlement needs to be clearly understood by both the employer and the nanny and PAYE for Nannies is happy to advise clients in respect of their particular circumstances. It is advisable that the arrangements are agreed before any contract is drawn up. In essence, since 2009 all employees are entitled to 5.6 weeks paid…

Net vs. Gross Pay Agreements

March 23, 2016 4:26 pm

Net & Gross Pay Agreements Historically, dating from the days when most nannies were classed as domestic servants within large households, nannies have been paid a net wage with the employer paying all income tax, employee’s and employer’s National Insurance contributions on top of the agreed wage. This practice has remained the norm in England…

Starting a Nannyshare / Part-time Nanny

March 23, 2016 4:24 pm

Setting up a nannyshare and employing a part-time nanny who is already employed by another family are two quite different employment arrangements and PAYE for Nannies Ltd operates both types of these arrangements for many of its clients and can advise on particular circumstances. The differences and some of the advantages and disadvantages of each…

Statutory Maternity Pay for Nannies (SMP)

March 23, 2016 4:22 pm

All qualifying nannies have a right to Statutory Maternity Pay (usually abbreviated to SMP) during pregnancy, whether this is specified in their contract or not and a nanny enjoys the same benefits as any other employee. As with many other benefits, there are detailed and complicated rules governing the criteria for qualification and payment. However,…

Statutory Sick Pay for Nannies (SSP)

March 23, 2016 4:21 pm

In the tax year 2018-19, all nannies earning over £116 per week are entitled, as a minimum, to Statutory Sick Pay (usually abbreviated to SSP) during sick leave, whether referred to in their contract or not. A nanny who earns less than this will only be entitled to sick pay if this is specified in…