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As it has reached the end of the tax year, it is your responsibility as an employer to declare
and prepare a P11d if required.
The deadline for filing the P11d is 6th of July.
These are some of the benefits that should be declared are:
Personal use of a car
Private car mileage/fuel allowance
Private Medical Insurance
Flights home if employing nanny from overseas
Gym or other club membership
Subscriptions and professionals fees
Beneficial loans – interest free or low interest
Failure to declare them will result in a £100 penalty for each month it is late
Our recommended partners at www.PayrollForNannies.co.uk provide payroll advice for parents and have created this content.
Normally a nanny who has just started in your employment will hand you their P45 from previous employment which details the tax code, gross earnings and tax deducted.
P45’s are only valid and used if they are for the current tax year.
If this is nanny’s first ever job, she will not have a P45 and will be required to complete a Starter Checklist.
Other reasons for completing a Starter Checklist could be that nanny has misplaced or lost her P45 or has not worked in the current tax year.
The starter checklist once completed will advise what tax code needs to be operated for nanny and if a student loan needs to be deducted.
A link for the Starter Checklist: