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National Minimum Wage rates – April 2017

Current National Minimum Wage Rates

The National Minimum Wage rates increased from the 1st April 2017 and it is therefore important that you take action to ensure your payroll is correct for all employees.

The current rates are:

25 and over: £7.50 – this is known as the National Living Wage.

21 to 24: £7.05.

18 to 20: £5.60.

Young workers rate (non-apprentices aged under 18 but above compulsory school age): £4.05.

Apprenticeship rate: £3.50.

Accommodation offset limit: £6.40.


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