Employing a nanny

Nanny Tax and Payroll

If you are employing a nanny or a nanny-housekeeper you have certain responsibilities as an employer. We at myTamarin help parents manage those responsibilities seamlessly.

What is included in nanny tax & payroll service

We provide you with an employment contract

We provide you with an employment contract

We register you with HMRC

We register you with HMRC

Process your nanny payroll and generate payslips

Process your nanny payroll and generate payslips

Offer round the clock HR and payroll support

Offer round the clock HR and payroll support

Ensure pension compliance and processing

Ensure pension compliance and processing

Manage payments to the nanny, HMRC and pension scheme

Manage payments to the nanny, HMRC and pension scheme

Nanny Payroll - Why Choose Us?

Nanny Tax & Payroll

Why choose us?

Get some of your precious time back
Being a parent means time is a precious resource, and honestly, no one wants to spend that time doing payroll. It’s complex, time consuming and can be overwhelming. Let us do it for you.

Peace of mind
Our payroll team has seen it all, and have a wealth of experience across the entire process. Rest assured, we’ve got it under control, so that you don’t have to.

End-to-end service
We do everything from employment contract to setting up the relevant tax and pension accounts, paying your nanny(ies), submitting the relevant paperwork to HMRC and speaking to them on your behalf. You don’t need to do a thing.

Flexible pricing
Choose between monthly or discounted yearly commitments - whatever works for you.

Pricing

Choose from our flexible monthly or yearly packages. And don't worry, both options include everything!

Pay Monthly

£29 + VAT

Our unique Pay As You Go Payroll Service

or
Save 10%!

Pay Yearly

£324 + VAT

Or pay for the same service annually, and get 10% off!

Get onboard...

Call us on +44 (0)20 343 202 34 or send an email to hello@mytamarin.com


Learn more

     Calculate Nanny Tax           How to employ a Nanny     


You might be wondering...

What are my responsibilities as an employer?

Complying with all aspects of employment legislation - from setting up a...

Complying with all aspects of employment legislation - from setting up a PAYE scheme and workplace pension, to running payslips and making sure your nanny is paid the right amount and have all their entitlements. Sound like too much to handle? No problem, we can navigate it for you.

What even is payroll?

Payroll is the managment of employee wages and taxes. It keeps track of...

Payroll is the managment of employee wages and taxes. It keeps track of worked hours and calculates wages, taxes, national insurance, pension contributions and any other government debt or payment obligation. 

What is the difference between gross and net?

Net is the pay that your nanny will receive in the bank. Gross is Net +...

Net is the pay that your nanny will receive in the bank. Gross is Net + Employee’s NI + Tax + Pension Contributions.

How much will it cost me in total?

The total cost of employment will be Gross + Employer’s NI. Check out ou...

The total cost of employment will be Gross + Employer’s NI. Check out our Nanny Tax Calculator, to give you an idea of how much it will be.

Should I agree to a net salary or a gross salary?

If you haven’t agreed a salary yet, gross is better! A Net agreement mak...

If you haven’t agreed a salary yet, gross is better! A Net agreement makes it very difficult to calculate the total cost of employment, and parents sometimes end up with additional costs which weren’t accounted for.

It’s easier to compute your total cost of employment, and also protects you from any tax complications that the nanny may have.

What are my liabilities as an employer to HMRC?

The nanny’s income tax and employer and employee national insurance. We...

The nanny’s income tax and employer and employee national insurance. We calculate all of these on each payslip and make those contributions in your name directly to HMRC.

What are my liabilities with regards to pension?

As an employer you are obliged to enrol your employee onto a pension sch...

As an employer you are obliged to enrol your employee onto a pension scheme. It is then the decision of the employee whether they opt in or out of the scheme, you cannot choose for them. The minimum contribution levels are 5% by employee and 3% by employer (unless the nanny opts out). Please note, if you have agreed a net salary both are your duty to pay.

I am currently signed up with another payroll service, how do I sign up to you?

It is very simple to switch over. We just need your accounts office refe...

It is very simple to switch over. We just need your accounts office reference number and PAYE reference number to get started and we’ll take it from there.

How do you actually do payroll?

Our payroll team has dozens of years experience, processing 100’s of pay...

Our payroll team has dozens of years experience, processing 100’s of payslips every month. So, rest assured it is all in hand.

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