Loan interest LoansInterest on loans Loans
Repayment of student loan - Plan 2
You will be billed interest from the date of the first instalment until your loan is fully paid back. Interests are added to the amount you pay each and every calendar year. Interest rates are calculated on the UK Retail Price Index (RPI) and are subject to change according to your particular situation. Interest rates are revised once a year in September using the RPI of March this year.
UK authorities use the interest rates of the RPI for many different things, for example fixing the interest rates for students' loans. Unless you reply to our enquiries for information or proof, an interest of RPI plus 3% will be added to your loan even if you earn less than £45,000.
Except where otherwise stated, the percentages in the following schedule refer only to loans under Schedule 2 and are valid for the periods from 1 September to 31 August for those years.
POYE: interest-free and low-interest loans (P11D WS4)
April 6, 2018 The Form R11D Worksheet 4 for the fiscal year 2017 to 2018 has been added to this page. April 6, 2017 Form no. 11D WS4 for employer to determine the present value of loans to an employer for the years 2016 to 2017 was issued. April 6, 2016 Form no. 11D WS4 for employer to calculate the present value of an Employer loan for the years 2015 to 2016 has been issued.
Form WS4 11D of 6 April 2015 for employer to calculate the present value of loans to an employer for the years 2014 to 2015 has been issued. April 4, 2014 First publication.
Chapter A - Interest-free & low-interest loans
An advantage is created when the employers lend their workers cash and charge interest below the statutory interest rat. Determine the amount of the loan due on: if the loan was granted during the year, the date on which it was granted. If the loan was paid back during the year, find the date on which the loan was paid back.
Summarize the values found at 1 and 2 and split the results by two. That is the mean loan. When the interest rates have altered during the term of the loan: Split the results by the number of working days in the cycle. Multiplied by the mean loan (step 1) by the mean interest officially paid (step 2) and multiplied by the number of full monthly instalments (a fiscal monthly running from the sixth to the fifth of the following month) for which the loan was due in the year, then divided by twelve.
Use of the standard average value calculation methodology is well suited to a continuous decline in loans over a longer horizon. Under these circumstances, the effective amount is daily multi-plied by the applicable interest officially on that date. Therefore, you must enter the max. amount of each loan on your loan record using your loan record sheet M11D.