Payroll

Administering your payroll can be time consuming and burdensome, whether you have one or many employees. The task is made all the more difficult by the growing complexity of taxation, employment legislation and the accompanying regime of penalties for non-compliance.
We can relieve you of this burden by providing a comprehensive and confidential payroll service.

Payroll service includes:

  • Customised payslips
  • Calculation and administration of PAYE, national insurance, statutory sick pay, statutory maternity pay, etc.
  • Completion of statutory forms, including year-end returns, to issue to your employees and submit to the HM Revenue & Customs
  • Summaries and analyses of staff costs

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Payroll Relevant Articles and Posts of Interest

Tax Q & A’s – Debbie’s monthly editorial for Grapevine readers

The GrapevineEvery month Debbie Story answers your questions in the local Grapevine magazine. Q:  Do I need to run a payroll, even if I only have one employee who doesn’t earn enough to pay tax? A: If you employ someone – even if it’s only yourself, as a director – you’ll usually need to register as an employer with HM Revenue & 
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Tax Q & A’s – Debbie’s monthly editorial for Grapevine readers

The GrapevineEvery month Debbie Story answers your questions in the local Grapevine magazine. Q: I run a café and I am employing students temporality over the summer holidays.  Do I need to deduct any tax from their wages? A: If a student on a UK-based course only works for you during their holiday periods, and as long as their earnings remain below 
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Real time information and PAYE

RTI is a new way of reporting PAYE information. It will enable employers and pension providers to tell HMRC about payments to employees/pensioners as they are made rather than at the end of the tax year. Over time, this will allow HMRC to collect the right amount of tax and NICs from more individuals in-year.RTI will also support universal credits. What is 
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