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The corporate tax rate in the UK is 19%.
Employees in the United Kingdom must pay the applicable rate of income tax, based on their salary and location.
Employees in England, and Northern Ireland:
Employees in Scotland:
Employees in Wales:
For example, an employee earning £65,000 in England would pay approximately £13,432 amount of income tax per year. The first £12,570 is tax free, they will pay £7,540 on the next £37,700 and then £5,892 on the remaining £14,730.
Employees must contribute towards National Insurance, and these contributions total roughly 13.25% on earnings above £190 per week and 3.25% on additional earnings above £967 per week
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The tax bureau of the United Kingdom is called HMRC – His Majesty’s Revenue and Customs.
There is no employer payroll tax contribution in the UK, but employers must make National Insurance contributions based on the employee’s earnings.
The payroll tax payment system in the UK is known as PAYE (Pay As You Earn). Employers are responsible for withholding income tax from their employees’ wages and sending it to HM Revenue and Customs (HMRC).