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1.2 million hospitality workers and their employers are paying unnecessary National Insurance.

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Don't miss out on saving unnecessary National Insurance payments for your business and employees

The cost of living and running a business are increasing at pace, so for your business and your employees, every penny helps. For the hospitality sector, tips and gratuities can make up a significant proportion of an employees pay packet, yet millions pf employees are paying more tax than they need to on these tips.

Pooled tips paid through a payroll without a tronc scheme are subject to National Insurance. That means for every £100 of tips, as an employer you are paying £13.80 (ERs) and your employees paying £12.00 (EEs).

Distributing through a tronc scheme means;

  • Less costs for your business
  • More money in your employees pockets
  • You are seen as an ethical and fair employer
  • Happier and more motivated employees

Setting up and running a tronc scheme, whoever, can be complex, so we have created this Guide to provide you with the things you need to know and consider when setting up a tronc scheme.

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A tronc scheme equals more money for your employees and your business

A correctly set up tronc can ensure your employees receive their tips fairly and cost-effective without undue costs to your business.

With recruitment and retention of staff an ongoing challenge, a tronc scheme can help keep money in your employees’ pockets and show you are a fair and progressive employer.

Tips, troncs and taxation – your guide to getting it right

Included in the guide

  • Why you need a tronc scheme?
  • How do tronc schemes work?
  • What can be included in a tronc scheme?
  • What will future legislation mean?
  • Pitfalls to avoid
  • Using an independent troncmaster service
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