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hello,
I need your advice on tax calculation.
I worked for the embassy starting from 1st of May till September 1st 2014. Now i would want to pay by myself for my Employee Class 1 NIC to the HMRC, since the embassies do not operate with the tax payments.
So could you please, let me know how much do i have to pay if my salary was 1,624 UK pounds per month and how can i pay to the HMRC by cheque in one go for 5 months in total and what are the procedures to pay them from my bank account to their bank account.
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Submitted: 2 years ago.
Category: Tax
Expert:  Sam replied 2 years ago.
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Thanks for your question, I am Sam and I am one of the UK tax experts here on Just Answer.
You should have arranged back in May 2014 to set up an employers scheme (direct payment NI) so that you could run the payroll and pay over the employer National Insurance monthly (I assume there is no UK tax or employee National Insurance due to the fact you worked under tax exemption with the Embassy's agreement with HMRC)
This also leads me to believe that you are a UK citizen for National Insurance (employer) contributions to be due.
Even though this is now after the event you will need to contact HMRC Employers team to set up a Direct Payment scheme, and operate the payroll run each month to calculate the Employer NI due - this will allow you to achieve a total due (which I estimate to be approx. £663.10) but there will be interest due - as the payments are late and should have been paid no later than the 19th of the month following the salary payment (so what you were paid 31/05/2014 should have seen the Employers NI paid to HMRC no later than 19/06/2014 and so on)
I have added a link here for you to arrange for the direct payment employer scheme to be set up and make sure you stress this is for Employer NI only.
http://www.hmrc.gov.uk/payerti/getting-started/register.htm#3
Scroll down for the options of how to register.
Let me know if you have any further questions
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