Payroll

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Having staff may start off relatively simple but can quickly develop into a complex Beast. You need to consider bonuses and deductions, 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.

Outsource your payroll department

We intentionally work with payroll bureaus that are cost-effective and easy to deal with. It is a vital outsourced service for many clients as part of our overall accounting support packages.

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.

Looking after 50 staff is, of course, much more involved than managing the payroll of a small business. It’s important to realise that even small businesses will benefit from the knowledge of our experts with regard to the basics of minimum wage, workplace pensions, interaction with directors’ dividends, PAYE and National Insurance.

Payroll legislation

We also help you navigate the ever-changing rules and legislation around payroll, so outsourcing your payroll to our experts becomes a no-brainer.

Our Payroll Expert

Ed Furse has extensive knowledge in working with payroll for teams of one, to teams of many hundred! When you chat with Ed he will advise you of the numerous ways you can offload your payroll headaches to a team that have specialist knowledge and experience.

Ed Furse

Director

01749 342255

Get in touch today

Useful information for Payroll

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The Employment Allowance enables eligible employers to reduce their National Insurance liability. The maximum allowance for the 2021-22 tax year is £4,000, or your total

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The trivial benefits in kind (BiK) exemption applies to small non-cash benefits like a bottle of wine or a bouquet of flowers given occasionally

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