Payroll Giving

Easy and Effective Giving

Account Description & Benefits

Payroll Giving is a flexible scheme which allows anyone who pays UK income tax to give regularly and on a tax-free basis to the charities and good of their choice.

As the government web-site shows

“Payroll Giving (also known as Give As You Earn or Workplace Giving) is a valuable, long-term source of revenue, providing regular income to help charities budget and plan ahead more effectively. Employees can choose to support any charity of their choice with a regular donation direct from their pay.

It’s cheaper because it’s tax-free – for example, a donation of £5 per month costs the basic rate tax payer only £4.00 (the taxman pays the rest!)”

In practice, Payroll Giving donations are deducted from your salary by your employer before tax is deducted but after the National Insurance deduction. It is sent directly to AAC.

If you are a lower rate tax payer each £1 donation will only cost you effectively 80p.

If you are a higher rate tax payer each £1 donation will only cost you 60p.

 

Features

Standard AAC Benefits:

  • Easily make donations to over 5,000 Jewish organisations using our charity vouchers or our online account-management platform
  • Keep track of your transactions online, with extensive reporting and searching tools
  • Receive monthly statements
  • Efficiently donate to overseas organisations
  • Opt in to receive a SMS/Text message when your account is low
  • Benefit from our extremely efficient and personal service – coupled with fast processing of all requests.

Unique Benefits to this account type:

  • Simplifies your tax return – there is no tax to reclaim as you have not been taxed on these funds
  • Your employer automatically transfers the funds to AAC
  • Immediate tax relief – irrespective of your tax band
  • If you use AAC to administer your Payroll Giving your account will be credited as soon as it’s received from your employer. No intermediary agent is used
  • After initial completion of these forms there is nothing more to complete.

How to join

Fill in the forms below – one part if for you, the other part is by your employer. They may be completed online or printed and sent to us by email or post. It normally takes just 1-2 days to open the account.

The account is fully opened when the first payment is made by your employer and it is recommended that your company inform us (and you) as it is paid each month.

How it Works

  • These payments are made directly by your employer to AAC from your gross salary after NI has been deducted
  • It is credited to your account (less a small commission charge) as soon as the funds are received by AAC
  • It is normally paid on a monthly basis but you can organise Payroll Giving payments by your company at any time
  • There is no additional rebate from HMRC

Create your Account today

We can create your account once the following forms are submitted.

Your Details

We'll need some details. Please complete the form online, or download it.

A Form to Hand to Your Employer's Payroll Department

Please download and then complete the following form to pass onto your employer's payroll department.

A Form to be Completed by Your Employer's Payroll Department

Please pass the following for to your payroll department for them to complete and send to AAC

Frequently Asked Questions