We offer a complete, time-efficient and compliant payroll and auto-enrolment service for businesses of all types & sizes. Whether you are a new business paying employees for the first time, or an established company with complex policies & procedures, our specialist team have the knowledge & resources to provide you with a first-class service.
Outsourcing your payroll to our expert advisors will guarantee compliance regardless of what new legislation arises. We offer proactive advice to optimise your payroll function and propose solutions that help build and retain employee confidence.
Are you getting the service you and your employees deserve? We go that extra mile to help by:
Why you can trust us to pay your staff
If you take on an employee who earns above the lower earning threshold (currently £118 per week) or if they earn below this amount but have another job.
Yes all employees need to be processed through a PAYE scheme even if they are a temporary worker.
We provide a new starter form for completion that includes mandatory information; Full name, Address, DOB, National Insurance number and includes an employee declaration.
It is an annual statement showing your earnings and tax deducted in a year. You have to be in employment on the 5th April to receive one, employers must prove by 31st May.
Your tax code shows how much you can earn before paying tax within the year. For example 1250L means you can earn £12,509 tax free in a year. This tax free amount is accumulated each month over the course of the year.
It is a statement you receive upon leaving employment. The statement details your earnings to date within the tax year.
You will need provide written communication to your employer stating you would like to join the scheme . Your earnings will determine whether your employer will need to contribute.
Written confirmation should be provided to your employer requesting the increase.
Yes you can. Upon being auto enrolled you will be provided with a letter which will detail how to contact the pension provider directly. If you opt out within a 30 day period of being enrolled you will receive a refund of the contributions made.
Yes, students are treated in the same way as an ordinary employee. You will pay tax if your annual earning exceed your annual tax-free allowance.
This is dependant on your employer's terms of employment. If you work full time you are entitled to a minimum of 5.6 weeks in a year, this includes bank holidays.
Contact us for further assistance or visit HMRC
|25 and over||£8.72|
|21 - 24||£8.20|
|18 - 20||£6.45|
Apprentices under 19 or over however in the first year of Apprenticeship
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