Final levy rules 2022/23
We published our consultation on the levy rules for 2022/23 in September 2021, which set out our proposals for how we will calculate the levy for invoices issued in 2022.
The consultation closed on the 9 November 2021, and we have concluded our approaches in our policy statement:
The policy statement confirms measures introduced in 2021/22 will remain in place including the lower risk-based levy cap and the small scheme adjustment. The majority of schemes are expected to see a reduction in levy but for the minority seeing an increase these will be limited to 25 per cent. This limit is for 2022/23 only. You can read more in our press release and below.
Our final rules have also been published and can be found at the bottom of this page.
We understand there will be areas of uncertainty with regard to the application of the 2022/23 limit, and have prepared guidance to explain the principles we expect to apply to some core scenarios.
Dun & Bradstreet scores
For the 2022/23 levy year, we'll be using insolvency risk scores produced by our insolvency risk partner Dun & Bradstreet starting in April 2021.
It’s important that D&B are using accurate information. You can view your scores and check that your information is correct in our portal.
Keep track of levy deadlines using our timeline.