New to payroll?

An employer operating PAYE should complete certain tasks during each tax month. You must even tell HM Revenue and Customs (HMRC) if you haven't paid any employees in a tax month.

On or before your employees’ payday
Every time you pay your employees, an employer should:

  • Record employees pay – include their salary or wages and any other payment.
  • Calculate deductions from their pay, like tax and National Insurance.
  • Calculate the employer’s National Insurance contribution that you’ll need to pay on their earnings.
  • Produce payslips for each employee.
  • Report their pay and deductions under RTI (real time information reporting) to HMRC in a Full Payment Submission (FPS).

Many businesses, large and small, do not have the knowledge to handle this complex area. In addition, most businesses can often reduce costs by outsourcing their payroll function.

What we can do for you
Our dedicated payroll team whose only role is to support our clients in dealing with payroll and all the practical issues associated with employing staff. Thay are extremely knowledgeable on all matters, such as:

  • Payroll taxes
  • Benefits
  • Pension
  • P11D expenses and benefits

We will ensure compilance with HM Revenue & Customs rules and regulations, including all RTI submissions.

Our services include dealing with the payroll of one person (perhaps a sole owner of a limited company) or payrolls for larger employers with many 100’s of employees. All clients receive full reports for their records.

Our cost are extremely competitive and always agreed in advance.

Do you have the time to deal with your regular payroll, new payroll legislation and manage the associated stress? Please contact us to see how Effective Payroll Solutions can assist you.