Statutory and Legal
This category is dedicated to statutory and legal articles to inform businesses about compliance with employee labour laws and a guide to understanding and making statutory returns.
PAYE and NITA Unified Payroll Return
PAYE and NITA unified payroll return have been developed. Both authorities are informing the public that a unified payroll return (UPR) has been released. The main purpose is for a joint report and payment of Pay As You Earn (PAYE) and NITA deductions.
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How to Pay NHIF via M-Pesa
How to pay NHIF via M-Pesa is a common challenge among Kenyans. The National Hospital Insurance Fund(NHIF) is a government corporation that provides medical covers to Kenyans over the age of 18. Membership can be through an employer, or one can apply individually. Registration is eligible to members both from the formal and informal sectors. […]
Everything You Need to Know About Pension in Kenya
Having and creating a retirement plan is important. Pension in Kenya is vital as it helps to maintain and sustain the standard of living after retirement. You are able to cater to the basic needs, for example, food, housing, and medical needs. Also, it provides a safety net as you no longer have to monthly […]
Easy Steps on How To Get a P9 Form in Kenya
Having a challenge filling your returns? Filling returns is not a new concept in Kenya or anywhere around the world. Every citizen who has attained 18 years of age has a responsibility of filing their returns every year. Initially, filling of returns is done manually, but thanks to technology the process is now done online […]
Everything About New PAYE Rates 2020 in Kenya
You might have heard the craze with the New PAYE rates 2020 in Kenya. In fact, it was a trending topic on Twitter on the 22nd April 2020 in Kenyan trends. Following the outbreak of COVID- 19 around the world and the virus being declared a global pandemic, there has been a significant negative impact […]
Do statutory deductions in Kenya offer any benefit?
Who is taking your money and why? According to Labor laws Section 19 (1) of the employment act, an employer is allowed by law to deduct statutory deductions in Kenya from employees’ salaries. Any of this amount contributing to any fund or scheme approving by the commissioner of labor to which the employee is agreeing […]
How Do You Manage Monthly Deductions in Kenya?
Employees’ salaries or wages are an essential subject especially when it comes to managing monthly deductions in Kenya. In the year 2000, the government of Kenya set a benchmark of collecting 24% of the GDP (Gross Domestic Product) as taxes. Individuals with low income paid 10% in tax and those with high income paid 65% […]