Our team of skilled payroll professionals are on hand to assist you with all your payroll requirements whatever your business size or number of employees.
Outsourcing payroll has been proven to be the most cost effective and accurate way of managing your payroll requirements. We advise on all employment matters, such as the way you should be paying your employees and any statutory payments. Our payroll team adhere to and keep up to date with all current and upcoming legislation, leaving you to get on with running your business, contact a member of our team today.
We provide a tailored and personalised payroll service to meet your business needs including:
- Calculate your weekly/monthly payroll, National Insurance (NI) and tax
- Prepare payslips and year end P60’s
- BACs accreditation means we can make payments direct into employee bank accounts
- Ensure your employees qualify for the appropriate statutory payment to cover their absence – Statutory Sick Pay (SSP), Statutory Maternity Pay (SMP) and Statutory Adoption Pay (SAP), Statutory Paternity Pay (SPP), Shared Parental Leave (SPL) or Shared Parental Pay (ShPP). We can also help you to reclaim some of these statutory payments from HM Revenue & Customs (HMRC), or to secure advance funding for them, if applicable
- Comply with Real Time Information requirements
- Administer your payroll to comply with Pensions auto enrolment requirements
- Calculate individuals’ holiday entitlements
- Comply with annual updates to National Minimum Wage and National Living Wage regulations
Benefits in Kind
Our specialists are also on-hand to assist you with ensuring all benefits in kind are reported and filed appropriately and on time.
All benefits in kind, non-cash benefits and employee expenses, must be reported to HMRC each year via form P11D.
Examples of benefits in kind include employers providing company cars and vans to employees that are also available for personal use, personal healthcare cover and beneficial loans to employees of over £10,000.
For more information or assistance with your benefit in kind forms please get in touch.
Construction Industry Scheme (CIS)
If your business is within the Construction Industry, we will deal with your Construction Industry Scheme (CIS) obligations ensuring this is dealt with correctly through your business’ payroll and that all deadlines are met to avoid penalties being incurred.
Contractors and sub-contractors working in the construction industry are taxed under the (CIS). The CIS scheme covers all work classified as construction work. There are different rules for contractors and sub-contractors, both must be registered with HMRC before any work commences.