Payroll

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Having staff may start off relatively simple but can quickly develop into a complex hotchpotch with bonuses and deductions to sort out and a need to understand student loan repayments, holiday pay entitlement, apprenticeship rewards, pension contributions, statutory sick pay and maternity/paternity pay, as well as having a whole range of HMRC departments to deal with!

Our outsourced payroll providers to give you an experienced payroll team, able to offer continuous support to meet weekly or monthly deadlines for payslips and deductions, as well as providing annual summaries and online filing on your behalf. Occasional demands, such as joiners and leavers, sick pay and maternity/paternity pay are dealt with just as promptly and efficiently.

Looking after 50 staff is, of course, more involved than managing the payroll of a small business, but it’s important to realise that even one-man-bands benefit from the knowledge that our experts can contribute with regard to the basics of minimum wage, workplace pensions, interaction with directors’ dividends, PAYE and National Insurance. Add to that the confusion of ever-changing rules and legislation and it quickly makes sense to outsource to experts.

We intentionally work with payroll bureaus that are cost-effective and easy to deal with. It is a vital out-sourced service for many clients as part of our overall support. For others, we provide payroll services as a stand-alone offering that meets a critical need. In all cases, experience tells us how helpful the provision becomes.

Ed Furse

Partner

01749 342255

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