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How Is Maternity Pay Calculated?

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Maternity pay is calculated based on your average weekly earnings for the two months ending with the qualifying week. The qualifying week is taken to be the 15th week before the expected week of childbirth (EWC), that is, your pay between about 16 and 24 weeks of your pregnancy.
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Statutory Maternity Pay is calculated by the employer according to one's gross earnings paid in a set period of time. This will enable them to work out your average weekly earnings over this set period of time, which will check your eligibility and the amount which you'll be paid.
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