A payday revolution
for Employees

Ever wondered what's actually on your payslip, why your tax code might change or what the new pension rules mean for you? Paycircle is here to help you.

  • Your own Paycircle account that you can log into 24/7 from any device.
  • Access your pay and tax info online including payslips, end of year P60s, P45s etc.
  • Ability to upload receipts and track expense claims.
  • Clarity around the new Workplace Pension Auto Enrolment scheme and your contributions – plus the ability to easily request contribution ‘holidays’ when you’re feeling the pinch.
  • Online support for all of your burning questions around payroll, PAYE, income tax and National Insurance.

Find out your workplace pension contributions

How much will it cost you?

Update

You can't join.

You are currently .
Because you cannot join a workplace pension scheme.

You can join.

You are currently .
Because you can join a workplace pension but your employer does not need to contribute.

You can opt in.

You are currently .
Because you can opt into a pension where your employer has to contribute too. See your estimated contributions below:

You're in!

You'll be eligible to be auto-enrolled into a pension. See your estimated contributions below:

Your contributions

That's for the year

Company contributions

That's for the year

You can't join.

From 6th April 2018 you'll be .
Because you cannot join a workplace pension scheme.

You can join.

From 6th April 2018 you'll be .
Because you can join a pension but your employer does not need to contribute.

You can opt in.

From 6th April 2018 you'll be .
Because you can opt into a pension where your employer has to contribute. See your estimated contributions below:

You're in!

You'll be eligible to be auto-enrolled into a pension. See your estimated contributions below:

Your contributions

That's for the year

Company contributions

That's for the year

You can't join.

From 6th April 2019 you'll be .
Because you cannot join a workplace pension scheme.

You can join.

From 6th April 2019 you'll be be .
Because you can join a pension but your employer does not need to contribute.

You can opt in.

From 6th April 2019 you'll be .
Because you can opt into a pension where your employer has to contribute. See your estimated contributions below:

You're in!

You'll be eligible to be auto-enrolled into a pension. See your estimated contributions below:

Your contributions

That's for the year

Company contributions

That's for the year

More info.

If you’re over 22 and earning over £10k your company will have to automatically enrol you into a workplace pension scheme on or before their staging date. If you do not want to participate you can opt out but you need to do this directly with the pension provider. Percentage contributions start at 2% and go up to 8% in 2019. Every company has a different staging date, you can check your company’s staging date here. The costs shown in this table are based upon the salary that you provided. If your salary goes up or you receive a higher salary due to bonuses or overtime then your pension payments could increase too. These figures also exclude tax relief at 20% on your contributions. Visit our support area for more information about the new auto enrolment pension rules.

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