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My name is Lyanne and I’m the managing director of Wilds. Welcome to our website we’re so glad you found us. There’s lots to take in on here but if you have any questions just fill in the contact form and we’ll get back to you.

Here at Wilds we’re all about helping you to achieve your ambitions. The Wilds team have already achieved some of theirs: completing a 6 marathon challenge, being able to do the school run and getting more involved in charity work. But enough about us we’d like to get to know you so if you would like to come in for a coffee and a chat to see if we could help you please get in touch.

 

What do the changes to Apprenticeships means for employers?

From April 2016, if you employ an apprentice you may not need to pay employer Class 1 National Insurance contributions (NICs) on their earnings below £827 a week (£43,000 a year).

They must be under 25 years old and following an approved UK government statutory apprenticeship framework.

If your apprentice meets the conditions, you’ll need to have evidence to be able to apply the relief.

This can be either:-
-written agreement between you, the apprentice and a training provider
-in England and Wales, evidence that the apprenticeship receives government funding

You could be the employer and a trainer if you’ve been approved by the Skills Funding Agency

Employees will continue to pay the standard rate of Class 1 NICs through their salary. They won’t see any reductions in their payments. Its employers who’ll benefit from this change.

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