Payroll services can be a real headache for any sized business. Since HM Revenue and Customs have introduced the need for real time information (RTI), every business that runs payroll must submit information every time payroll is run instead of waiting until the end of the year. This means that the data that is sent across must be accurate and kept up to date with the ever changing payroll legislation.
If all this wasn’t difficult enough, it is now compulsory to provide your staff with a workplace pension through the auto-enrolment scheme on your staging date. We can set your workplace pension and manage it to take away the hassle, so you can concentrate on running your business.
What can we do for you business?
- Starters – Setting up a new member of staff using their P45 or HMRC’s new starter checklist (previously a P46).
- Leavers – Raising a P45 for a leaving member of staff.
- Pay-runs – Whether you need to process your staff’s wages weekly, fortnightly or monthly.
- Expenses – We can add authorised expense claims onto your staff’s wages.
- Statutory Pay – Processing all types of statutory pay such as sick leave, maternity pay and paternity pay.
- Earnings Order – The court can issue an earnings order, which means you need to pay a creditor through your wages.
- Benefits – This can range from company cars and mobile phones to healthcare and pensions.
- Wage Slips – Our preferred method is electronic distribution by email, but we can also distribute by post.
- Reports – Need to know how much your customer services department cost this month? Or how much commission your sales team got paid? We can produce many reports based on what you need to see on a regular basis.
- Statutory Reporting – We send your EPS and FPS report to HMRC for you. This needs to be completed after every pay-run to stay inline with the RTI rules.
- Auto Enrolment Pensions – Pension providers need to be updated every time you pay your staff, we will do this for you.
If you are unsure when you need to start your workplace pension, you can check with The Pensions Regulator.