Apprenticeship Levy How Much Will Employers Pay?

Examples of how much employers may pay

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Here are some examples of how much employers may pay for the levy;

Employer A: 100 employees, each with a gross salary of £20,000

Annual pay bill: 100 x £20,000 = £2,000,000
Levy applied: 0.5% x £2,000,000 = £10,000
After allowance applied: £10,000 – £15,000 means £0 levy payment

Employer B: 500 employees, each with a gross salary of £20,000

Annual pay bill: 500 x £20,000 = £10,000,000
Levy applied: 0.5% x £10,000,000 = £50,000
After allowance applied: £50,000 – £15,000 means £35,000 levy payment

Employer C: 1,000 employees, each with a gross salary of £20,000

Annual pay bill: 1,000 x £20,000 = £20,000,000
Levy applied: 0.5% x £20,000,000 = £100,000
After allowance applied: £100,000-£15,000 means £85,000 levy payment


Estimate my apprenticeship funding

Use this tool to estimate if your organisation will pay the apprenticeship levy, how much your organisation will have available to spend on apprenticeships and how much the government will contribute towards the cost of training. You’ll need to know your organisation’s annual UK payroll.

https://estimate-my-apprenticeship-funding.sfa.bis.gov.uk/




To find out more about how we can help you with the Apprenticeship Levy

Please contact:

Claire Gavaghan Vice Principal
Tel: 01702 445716
Email: clairegavaghan@southend-adult.ac.uk

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