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The Social Security (Overpayments and Recovery) Regulations 2013

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Regulation 20(2)

SCHEDULE 2AMOUNTS TO BE DEDUCTED BY EMPLOYERS

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TABLE A:

WHERE EARNINGS ARE PAID WEEKLY

AMOUNT OF NET EARNINGSDEDUCTION (PER CENT. OF NET EARNINGS)
Less than £100Nil
Exceeding £100 but not exceeding £1603
Exceeding £160 but not exceeding £2205
Exceeding £220 but not exceeding £2707
Exceeding £270 but not exceeding £37511
Exceeding £375 but not exceeding £52015
Exceeding £52020

TABLE B:

WHERE EARNINGS ARE PAID MONTHLY

AMOUNT OF NET EARNINGSDEDUCTION (PER CENT. OF NET EARNINGS)
Less than £430Nil
Exceeding £430 but not exceeding £6903
Exceeding £690 but not exceeding £9505
Exceeding £950 but not exceeding £1,1607
Exceeding £1,160 but not exceeding £1,61511
Exceeding £1,615 but not exceeding £2,24015
Exceeding £2,24020

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