An employer with a pay bill of over £3 million a year you must pay the apprenticeship levy regardless of whether they employ an apprentice.
The levy is currently 0.5 per cent of a company’s pay bill. It is deducted through the PAYE each month and paid into a fund which is reinvested in apprenticeship training. For every £1 contributed by employers the government adds 10p. If you are a levy paying employer you can manage and access levy funds and your apprenticeship program by using the online apprenticeship service:
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