The Apprenticeship Levy is a payroll tax on UK employers which can be used to fund new apprenticeships. Employers, in any sector, with an annual pay bill of more than £3million, will pay the levy. This is set at 0.5% of their pay bill over £3million and paid monthly through PAYE.
A business’s levy payments can be used to fund apprenticeships right across an organisation, at all levels, and not just for new employees.
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Apprenticeship levy transfers
National Insurance breaks
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