Nanny Matters - Nanny payroll specialists

We help make nanny employment easy for you and your nanny. If you are worried about nanny tax and payroll then come to the experts. Nanny Matters are based in Bristol, UK and provide a professional customer service for thousands of happy parents across Scotland, Northern Ireland, England and Wales.

Our website explains what's involved in employing a nanny, with expert advice on prices, contracts, nanny tax, nanny sharing, holidays, sick pay and pensions. Whether this is your first time employing a nanny, or you have a bad experiences with another nanny payroll provider, we can help. Paying a nanny can be more complex than you think, so let us guide you through. View Parent help for the best advice about setting up nanny pay.

Got a more complex requirement? View Expert Help where we ask Alison Hull, founder of Nanny Matters, her expert view on some of the big questions surrounding nanny payroll and nanny tax. Alison answers questions on holiday pay, sick pay, term time contracts, nanny shares and paying a nanny with childcare vouchers.

Confused about setting up a nanny pension? View Pensions where you can read about what's involved in providing a nanny pension and when you will be affected.

Get in contact with our experts for free initial advice or register online now and we can get your nanny payroll set up the next working day.


Trying to work out the cost of a nanny? This is a great place to start. Our free nanny pay calculator shows the employer's total payroll costs including employer's National Insurance, and how much pay the nanny is likely to take home.

You can enter a gross figure and our calculator will work out the nanny's tax based on her personal tax situation, so you can get a far more accurate picture of the nanny's net pay.

Read about net pay rates here.

Figures are for guidance and not for using on payslips.

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