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Calculating your statutory redundancy entitlement

To calculate your statutory redundancy entitlement, please enter your details below and select the 'Next' button.

Please enter your:

Age at time of redundancy             
Years of service with employer*      
Weekly pay (before tax)**          £

*Only full years of service are taken into account when calculating statutory redundancy entitlement
  (up to a maximum of 20 years).

** £380 (£400 from 1 February 2011) is the current maximum weekly pay (before tax) when calculating statutory redundancy entitlement.

Please note that if you were made redundant on or before 30 September 2009 the maximum weekly pay (before tax) when calculating statutory redundancy entitlement is £350.00.

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