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Casual Labour

A public house landlord (set up as a company) has started employing bar staff on a casual basis. He says that he calculates that across 4 different people the cash payments amounts to about £700 per month (£175 per person per month)

As this per person is less than the weekly amount for NICs does this mean that he won't have to make the Nics payments, or should he take the aggregate amount and therefore pay the NICs etc?

Should he now infact set up PAYE for these casual members of staff?


Many thanks


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Don't be casual!

Euan MacLennan |
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Forget casual

cymraeg_draig |
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Many thanks

davetxu |

Thanks to Euan

SteveOH |
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Immigration, Asylum and Nationality Act 2006

DMGbus |
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