Welcome to Linking Up, the only national Childcare Voucher provider created to return all profits to charitable purposes. Our profits will help Children’s Links, a national children’s charity to deliver services to children, young people, families and communities.
How can your business help children in the community?
Using the Linking Up voucher scheme, you support charitable work and add to your organisation's Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) activities In the Companies Act 2006. By employing the Linking Up voucher scheme, your company can make a positive contribution to charitable work in the community.
Linking Up has synergies in common with companies and organisations who want to give something back to the community, click here and view what some of our customers say about our service.
Employer's saving on National Insurance
In today's financial environment can you afford not to offer this benefit to help your staff for help with childcare costs? You will pay no employer's NI on the employee's sacrifice equating to a maximum saving around £31 per month per employee. See Employer page for more details.
Employee savings on TAX / NIC
Parents can commit to regular payments up to £243 (depending on the tax rate applied to their salary) through salary sacrifice. These payments are exempt from National Insurance contributions (NIC) and Tax. This will make a saving of up to £1,196.00* pa per parent. No need to get involved with paper vouchers as the E voucher is paid directly to the approved or registered childcare provider’s bank account. Our scheme's costs are offset by the NIC benefit and supports children in our community. See Parent page for more details.
If you would like to participate in the voucher scheme or would simply like to know more, please ring our free phone number on 0800 019 4590 or drop us an email from our contact page.
*based on salary with basic tax rate applied.
HM Revenue & Customs - helping you choose
HM Revenue & Customs have put together information to help you decide whether you would be better off receiving tax credits or, instead, taking childcare vouchers from your employer to help you with your childcare costs.