Taxing Nannies

About Taxing Nannies

Taxing Nannies was established in 1995 as one of the original specialist payroll agencies for employers of nannies.

Since our inception, we have helped thousands of parents through the nanny tax minefield. No longer will you have to worry about issues such as calculating tax and national insurance, how to write a contract of employment or what to do about Statutory Sick Pay or Maternity Pay. In fact, you needn't have any contact with the Inland Revenue at all. We'll handle the whole thing for you.
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The national minimum wage rate increased from 1st October 2011 to £6.08 per hour for employees aged 21 and over (previously £5.93), £4.98 for employees aged 18-20 (previously £4.92) and £3.68 for workers aged 16-17 (previously £3.64). The daily accommodation offset rate will increase to £4.73 for each day worked (previously £4.61).