Payroll can be time consuming and problematic. Our dedicated payroll team offer a comprehensive and confidential service, for a fixed pricing structure.
Our payroll service includes:
- computer-generated, security-sealed payslips or electronic payslips
- administration of PAYE, National Insurance, Statutory Sick Pay, Statutory Maternity Pay, student loans and statutory payments
- completion of all HMRC statutory filing requirements under Real Time Information (RTI) legislation
- BACS payments to employees, HMRC and pension providers
- summaries and analyses of staff costs
- administration of incentive schemes, bonuses and ex-gratia/termination payments
- administration of pension auto-enrolment
- submission of monthly Construction Industry Scheme (CIS) returns to HMRC.
We can also provide emergency payroll cover and we offer onsite training for your staff.
What do you get?
- Collate your payroll data
- Process new starters
- Process the payroll
- Record and calculate student loan, salary sacrifice and court order deductions
- Calculate and process statutory payments
- Process leavers and produce electronic P45’s
- Provision of detailed electronic payslips
- Provision of electronic payroll summary reports
- EERS NIC allowance eligibility analysis
- Calculate payments due to HMRC
- Submit Real Time Information (RTI) to HMRC
- Complete and submit final end of year RTI declaration to HMRC
- Completion of Year End PAYE reconciliation
- Provide electronic Year End P60’s for each employee
- Ensure compliance with the latest payroll legislation
- Provide details for you to complete payment to other bodies
- Support for payroll matters
- Liaising with HMRC to resolve PAYE issues
- Create full journal entries for easy input into your accounting system - optional
- Bespoke department reporting - optional
- Assess the workforce every pay period and monitor changes
- Action new starters and remove leavers from pension
- Process opt-outs and opt-ins
- Produce electronic employee statutory letters
- Reporting to the pensions regulator and answering queries
- Calculate contributions each pay period
- Upload auto-enrolment contribution information to the pension provider
- Maintain records
- Postponement planning for probation period
- Re-enrolment assessment every 3 years
- Completion of the declaration of compliance every 3 years
Under the Pensions Act 2008, every employer in the UK must put certain staff into a workplace pension scheme and contribute towards it. This is called ‘automatic enrolment’. If you employ at least one person, you are an employer and you have certain legal duties.
Failure to comply can lead to fines of up to £10,000 a day (depending on the size of your company). Auto-enrolment can be daunting, especially if you have never offered a workplace pension before. Let our dedicated payroll team help you navigate the challenges of auto-enrolment.