Employer NIC Calculator

The Employer NI Calculator allows you to calculate Employer National Insurance Contributions (NICs) and understand the true cost of an employee and your total employment costs.
Take home after tax
YearlyMonthlyWeeklyDaily
Salary£0.00£0.00£0.00£0.00
Employer NI£0.00£0.00£0.00£0.00
Net Liability£0.00£0.00£0.00£0.00
Take-home£0.00£0.00£0.00£0.00
How does this calculator work?
  •  

    Enter your employees' annual gross salary including other benefits like overtime or bonus.

  •  

    Our calculator will compute your yearly, monthly, weekly and daily employer NICs.

200,000+ users.

Business owners and individuals alike trust us to find them the best help.

5000+ experts.

Business owners and individuals alike trust us to find them the best help.

100% free.

Business owners and individuals alike trust us to find them the best help.

leftfind-img

Let's find your next accountant.

I Need
Get 3 Proposals

Contact us, our customer support is here to answer your questions.

How it works

It takes only 3 steps to receive proposals from expert Accountants, Tax advisors or Bookkeepers

Tell us your requirements?

Tell us your requirements and choose the service you need.

1

Get upto 3 proposals

Get your customised proposals from our Experts in just 2 days.

2

Select, connect and hire

Select and hire an Expert which matches your criteria. All this is 100% free.

3

Related FAQ's

Yes, employers are required to pay National Insurance Contributions (NICs) on wages paid to furloughed employees.

Employers can submit a claim to HM Revenue and Customs (HMRC) under the Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme to recover a portion of the wages paid to furloughed staff, however they cannot claim NICs.

You must pay National Insurance on all expenses and perks you provide to your employees as an employer. On some other lump sum payments, such as redundancy, you must additionally pay NICs. Benefits are taxed at the same 13.8% rate as ordinary earnings in 2021/22.

The Employment Allowance is designed to stimulate recruitment by allowing qualifying employers to save up to £4,000 on their annual National Insurance liability.

You pay less employer's National Insurance each time you process payroll using the allowance until the £4,000 is depleted or the tax year finishes, whichever comes first.

If you are a business or charity - including community amateur sports clubs - and your employer's Class 1 National Insurance liabilities were less than £100,000 in the previous tax year, you can claim the Employment Allowance.

Employer NIC calculator

The amount of National Insurance contributions, often known as NICs, is computed based on your employment status and income. There are different ways to calculate and pay NICs for employed and self-employed people.

What is National Insurance, and how does it work?

The government uses National Insurance to fund state pensions and other government benefits (jobseekers allowance, maternity allowance, employment allowance and support allowance, bereavement benefits). National Insurance Contributions, sometimes known as NIs or NICs, are paid by employed and self-employed people.

It is mandatory to pay even though it is a "contribution". Some of the advantages listed are available without having paid into the system; however, you must pay into the system if you are 16 years old or older and employed or self-employed. Every individual in the UK has a unique NI number.

What are employers National Insurance?

The most common type of employers' NIC is a Class 1A to 1B.

The other NIC classes (2–4) are for self-employed people and voluntary contributions made by employees to supplement their benefits.

Types of National Insurance contributions

Employers pay Class 1A and Class 1B National Insurance contributions on the expenses and perks they provide to their employees once a year. These are included in the PAYE bill of the employer.

Class 1A - These are due on job benefits, such as business phones that employers provide to their employees. At the end of each tax year, they must be recorded and paid. They are based on the value of taxable benefits supplied in the preceding tax year and are determined at the 13.8 per cent rate.

Class 1B - Class 1B contributions are due if an employer has a PAYE settlement agreement that requires them to make a single annual payment to meet all of their tax and benefit obligations. Employees must pay NICs on minor or irregular taxable expenses or benefits.

They are based on the value of taxable benefits supplied in the preceding tax year and are determined at a 13.8 per cent rate.

Employer's national insurance calculator

As an employer, you are responsible for paying NIC on behalf of your employees.

Use employer NI contributions calculator to estimate your NIC liabilities for new or existing employees for tax years up to 2021/22. Employer's NICs are paid in addition to an employee's salary and are due every month.

The Employer NI Calculator allows you to calculate Employer National Insurance Contributions (NICs) and understand true cost of an employee.

We at Experlu enjoy making tax calculators as simple as possible. As an employer, we understand that calculating National Insurance Contributions for yourself and your employees may be time-consuming. So, use our employer's NI calculator monthly to cross-check your calculations much simpler and faster.