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Savings examples...

Below are some pricing examples highlighting the typical employee savings on some of our most popular products over a 24 month scheme (other term lengths available).

Examples shown reflect a standard rate Tax and NI payer. Savings will vary depending on an individual’s tax situation.
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The salary sacrifice Computer and Technology scheme is a benefit that lets employees pay for the latest technology directly through salary while making savings on National Insurance over a term length that suits you. We offer the latest technology from top brands such as:
 
Apple
SamsungHPSonyMicrosoftASUSSonosMSILG
and many more...
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We offer these great brands over a thriving range of Tablets, Computers, TVs, Consoles, Smartphones, Consoles and Smart Watches. 




 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 



How does salary sacrifice work?

When employees enter into a salary sacrifice
arrangement,  the change to their gross pay figure
triggers a saving in National Insurance deductions.
  

Across the Benefit term: 

• Employee enters into salary sacrifice agreement.

• Cost of device is recovered from  gross salary.

• Reduction of salary reduces employee NIC.

• Employer records annual cost of benefit on P11D.

• Recorded on employee's P11D  and payslip (RTI).


At the end of the term:

• F ull tax is collected from the employee during the term.

• No Tax due when the scheme ends.
    
The information shown is compliant with HMRC's guidelines concerning the Autumn
Statement of November 2016 and reflects the reporting procedure as of 6th April 2017.



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