Childcare Vouchers

Reduce your FunTech fees by using Child Care Vouchers

Edenred:
P20445596
All Save:
801186
Sodexo:
801186
Care - 4:
24693023
Kiddie Vouchers:
E492375
Fideliti:
FUN084C
Fair Care:
FUNT1009
Busy Bees:
0008373354
Enjoy Benefits:
B012441
Computershare:
08373354
Teds:
6843
P&MM:
801186
Mid Counties Co-operative:
85011300
Childcare Voucher Solutions:
FUNTECH
Apple Childcare Voucher:
FT0909
You at Work:
801186
PES Consulting:
FT0909
VoucherSystems:
FUNTECH
Employers for Childcare:
FUNTECH
The Childcare Account:
EY492375

If your Childcare Voucher Company does not appear on this list, please contact us on 01628 621216

Summer tech camp Ofsted numbers

Canary Wharf:
EY549519
Chester:
EY549824
Dulwich:
EY549836
Finchley Road (JW3):
EY549811
Hampstead:
EY488651
Maidenhead:
EY492375
Richmond:
EY549522
St Albans:
EY549521
Tonbridge:
EY549523
Westminster:
EY549840

What are child care vouchers?

This is NOT a tax credit or a scheme for families with low incomes

Childcare Vouchers are only available to working parent, who pay TAX and NI. Each working parent can benefit from significant tax and NI savings of up to £1,195 a year using Childcare Vouchers, and up to double the amount if both parents are working.

For more information please see:

 

 

Status Annual Tax
exempt amount
Savings
Basic rate (contracted out) 20% tax 10.4% NI £2,916 £886
Basic rate (contracted in) 20% tax 12% NI £2,916 £933
Higher rate in the scheme prior to 6/04/11 40% tax 2% NI £2,916 £1,225
Additional rate in the scheme prior to 6/04/11 50% tax 2% NI £2,916 £1,516
Higher rate category 40% tax 2% NI £1,484 £623
Additional rate category 50% tax 2% NI £1,166 £606

As a guide if you earn above £45,391, you are likely to fall into the higher rate category. If you earn above £151,484, you are likely to fall into the additional rate category.

Eligibility

Employers must offer childcare vouchers to all employees and both male and female employees should be able to participate in the scheme.

Eligibility conditions

To be exempt from tax and NI for childcare vouchers:

  • Your child must be under 15 (until 1st September following their 15th birthday) or if your child is disabled, under 16 (until 1st September following their 16th birthday)
  • You must have parental responsibility for the child - the child must be your child, your stepchild or a child for whom you have parental responsibility
  • The childcare must be Ofsted registered

Please note: although childcare vouchers are beneficial to the majority, they aren't always a financially sensible option and tax credits can be affected.