Class 1 Structural Overview from 6 April 2003: Assessing primary Class 1 NICs from April 2003: Example: Earnings are occasionally above the Upper Earnings Limit
Mr A Adams is an employee in a non contracted-out employment with earnings of £3,000 per month. He is employed for the whole of the 2003/2004 tax year.
In April 2003 the following primary Class 1 NICs will be due:
Earnings on which the main primary percentage is payable:
£2579 (monthly UEL) less £385 (monthly PT) = £2194 £2194 x 11% (main primary percentage) = £241.34
Earnings on which the additional primary percentage is payable:
£3000 (total earnings) less £2579 (monthly UEL) = £421 £421 x 1% (additional primary percentage) = £4.21
Total primary payable for April 2003 = £245.55 (that is £241.34 + £4.21)
As Mr Adams remains employed for the whole of the 2003/2004 tax year with the same employer, the following primary Class 1 NICs will be due:
£245.55 x 12 monthly deductions = £2946.60
For the 2003/2004, Mr Adams will have paid:
- main primary NICs amounting to £2896.08
- additional primary NICs amounting of £50.52
See NIM01116 for general information relating to this example.