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Published on 17-09-2019Email To Friend    Print Version

HMRC has published draft legislation covering changes to the Employment Allowance (EA). From 6 April 2020 the new conditions are:
  • You wont be entitled to the EA if your liability to employers' Class 1 NI in the previous year exceeded £100,000;
  • You won't automatically qualify for EA. You will need to claim it in each tax year. This will involve a declaration and submission to confirm eligibility;
  • connection to another employer may affect eligibility; and
  • the EA will be state aid and counts towards the maximum aid (€200,000) you can receive in a rolling 3 year period.  You must have room to accommodate the whole £3,000 EA within the state aid limit or lose your entitlement to it.

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