We are sure you are not in business to understand the complexities of PAYE and Pension Auto Enrolment legislation. Let us worry about your payroll, so you don’t have to!
Our payroll team will process your employees’ wages with minimal fuss and disruption and provide you with the necessary reports to enable you to make your salary payments in good time.
We will provide you with a payroll template to ensure that we capture all of the required information
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Frequently asked questions
Here are some questions we often get asked. If you need any more information, just give us a call and we will be happy to answer your queries.
How often should payroll be paid?
It’s up to you whether you want to pay your employees weekly, fortnightly or monthly. Income tax and national insurance need to be paid to HMRC either monthly or quarterly (But the total liability must be no more than £1,500 per month to qualify for quarterly payments)
What information do I need to add an employee to the payroll?
To add an employee to your company payroll you will need the following information:
Date of birth
Annual salary or hourly rate
Details of any student loans
When do I need to pay HMRC?
Most businesses pay their PAYE liability monthly and the payment is due by the 22nd of the month (unless you pay by cheque in which case the deadline is the 19th).
You can opt to pay quarterly if your total liability is less than £1,500 per month, in which case the liability is due on the 22nd after the end of the quarter. The quarters are set by HMRC as follows:
Q1: April, May, and June – pay by 22nd July.
Q2: July, August, and September – pay by 22nd October.
Q3: October, November, and December – pay by 22nd January.
Q4: January, February, and March – pay by the 22nd April.