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Being A Employee On PAYE

Your employer has a responsibility to supply information about all those who are employed by them.

The information entered on your payroll feeds into the real time submissions that are sent to HM Revenue & Customs (HMRC). The submissions go directly into HMRC’s systems, so if the wrong information about you and your payroll is submitted, HMRC will receive the wrong information. If the wrong information is sent, HMRC may issue the wrong tax codes and your pay will be directly affected.

Check your employer has the correct information about you.

Your National Insurance Contributions entitle you to certain state benefits such as:

  • Protection Against Unfair Dismissal
  • Statutory Sick Pay (SSP)
  • Statutory Maternity Pay (SMP)
  • Statutory Adoption Pay (SAP)
  • Statutory Paternity Pay (SPP)
  • Redundancy Pay
  • State Pension Contributions
  • Holiday Pay


An employer will usually operate Pay As You Earn (PAYE) to deduct tax and National Insurance contributions (NICs) from your pay. They also have to calculate and pay employer’s NICs to HMRC.

An employer who operates PAYE, must keep records of each employee’s gross pay for both tax and NICs and of any deductions for Tax and NI that you should make. When an employee is paid, these payroll records are submitted to HM Revenue & Customs (HMRC). Tax and NI are paid to HMRC by the employer on behalf of the employee from the gross wage amounts when anything is due.

The amount payable to HMRC from the employee’s Gross pay will be determined by the amount of gross pay earned and the tax code and NI threshold that is particular to the individual employee.

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