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Hello I'm hoping someone can help me as I'm a very confused woman.couple of weeks ago I had my 3 day induction at asda which I got paid for on the 9th of this month.my taxable pay was £182.85 for 23 hrs.I paid tax of £36.40 and no N.I is that right? cause I was on the understanding that I wouldn't pay tax but I would pay N.I at 12%.also my contracted hours are 30 at 7.94 so my weekly pay will be £238.49 so what will I pay on that? Asda have my p45.I would be very grateful if someone could shed some light on this please as I'm very confused.
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Hello I'm hoping someone can help me as I'm a very confused woman.couple of weeks ago I had my 3 day induction at asda which I got paid for on the 9th of this month.my taxable pay was £182.85 for 23 hrs.I paid tax of £36.40 and no N.I is that right? cause I was on the understanding that I wouldn't pay tax but I would pay N.I at 12%.also my contracted hours are 30 at 7.94 so my weekly pay will be £238.49 so what will I pay on that? Asda have my p45.I would be very grateful if someone could shed some light on this please as I'm very confused.
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I think you need to check your tax code - did you keep a copy of your P45?
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Tax depends on your other earnings in the year. You can earn up to 11k a year without tax so it depends how much of that you have used to date.

As for NI, that is right if you get paid monthly. You can earn 672 a month without NI so that would cover the induction.

However, if you are paid weekly, it is 155 a week which would mean a small amout should have been deducted for Nic.

Going forward there will be Nic due at 12% over the relevant earnings threshold.
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Tax depends on your other earnings in the year. You can earn up to 11k a year without tax so it depends how much of that you have used to date.

As for NI, that is right if you get paid monthly. You can earn 672 a month without NI so that would cover the induction.

However, if you are paid weekly, it is 155 a week which would mean a small amout should have been deducted for Nic.

Going forward there will be Nic due at 12% over the relevant earnings threshold.
I was on universal credit b4 going to asda.for almost a year.and I have a copy of my p45.I get paid every 4weeks
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I was on universal credit b4 going to asda.for almost a year.and I have a copy of my p45.I get paid every 4weeks
You shouldn't be getting tax in this year then. You will get paid back what you pay but it is best to speak to asda to make sure they don't continue to deduct. They have no reason to if they have your p45.
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Hello I'm hoping someone can help me as I'm a very confused woman.couple of weeks ago I had my 3 day induction at asda which I got paid for on the 9th of this month.my taxable pay was £182.85 for 23 hrs.I paid tax of £36.40 and no N.I is that right? cause I was on the understanding that I wouldn't pay tax but I would pay N.I at 12%.also my contracted hours are 30 at 7.94 so my weekly pay will be £238.49 so what will I pay on that? Asda have my p45.I would be very grateful if someone could shed some light on this please as I'm very confused.
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Phone HMRC to check you are on the right tax code and you should get any over paid tax back next pay day.
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how much do asda pay 19 year olds?
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