Employers National Insurance for Charities
Exemption of Employers National Insurance for Charities and Not for Profit Organisations
The Not for Profit sector should not be bound by the same commercial obligations as those that are aiming to create profit.
The Not for Profit sector receives donations and grants from the generosity of individuals, trusts or corporate bodies. It is then not readily expected for the charity to give a significant portion of the donation to the government in the form of Employers National Insurance (tax).
The government receives considerable tax from Charities in the form of employees taxes and national insurance and on VAT purchases.
The relief of Employers National Insurance will make a significant difference to the Not for Profit sector and enable Charities to provide better and more services.
By the UK making a stand on this and leading the way internationally, foreign governments will have to follow so that they reduce their employer taxes on Not for Profit organisations.
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