You must pay Class 1A National Insurance on work benefits you give to your employees, such as a company mobile phone.
You need to pay these contributions by 22 July each year for the previous tax year. You’ll need to pay by 19 July if paying by post.
You pay Class 1A separately to other National Insurance paid through the PAYE system.
Ways to pay
Make sure you pay HM Revenue and Customs (HMRC) by the deadline. You may have to pay interest and penalties if your payment is late.
The time you need to allow depends on how you pay.
You can no longer pay at the Post Office.
Same or next day
3 working days
- online by debit or corporate credit card
- at your bank or building society
- Direct Debit (if you’ve set one up with HMRC before)
- by cheque through the post
5 working days
- Direct Debit (if you haven’t set one up with HMRC before)
If the deadline falls on a weekend or bank holiday, your payment must arrive in HMRC’s bank account on the last working day of the week (unless you’re using Faster Payments).