Reduce your FunTech fees by using Child care Vouchers
Child Care Account Numbers:
All Save Limited: EY381318
Family Care Vouchers: EY381318
Computer Share: 0008373354
Imagine Co-op Care: 85011300
Ofsted Number: EY492375
What are child care vouchers?
This is NOT a tax credit or a scheme for families with low incomes
Childcare Vouchers are only available to working parent, who pay TAX and NI. Each working parent can benefit from significant tax and NI savings of up to £1,195 a year using Childcare Vouchers, and up to double the amount if both parents are working.
|Basic rate (contracted out) 20% tax 10.4% NI||£2,916||£886|
|Basic rate (contracted in) 20% tax 12% NI||£2,916||£933|
|Higher rate in the scheme prior to 6/04/11 40% tax 2% NI||£2,916||£1,225|
|Additional rate in the scheme prior to 6/04/11 50% tax 2% NI||£2,916||£1,516|
|Higher rate category 40% tax 2% NI||£1,484||£623|
|Additional rate category 50% tax 2% NI||£1,166||£606|
As a guide if you earn above £45,391, you are likely to fall into the higher rate category. If you earn above £151,484, you are likely to fall into the additional rate category.
Employers must offer childcare vouchers to all employees and both male and female employees should be able to participate in the scheme.
To be exempt from tax and NI for childcare vouchers:
- Your child must be under 15 (until 1st September following their 15th birthday) or if your child is disabled, under 16 (until 1st September following their 16th birthday)
- You must have parental responsibility for the child - the child must be your child, your stepchild or a child for whom you have parental responsibility
- The childcare must be Ofsted registered
Please note: although childcare vouchers are beneficial to the majority, they aren't always a financially sensible option and tax credits can be affected.