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[28 Nov 2017 | Comments Off on Dynamic coding for PAYE | ]
Dynamic coding for PAYE

HMRC has recently (late summer 2017) introduced a system for issuing “dynamic tax codes for PAYE cases”. It is intended, from their point of view, to be more accurate and thereby give taxpayers the most suitable code on a regular basis. Indeed it does seem to issue regular updates to coding notices (a bit too regular by some standards) and it does seem to get some things wrong! So in that respect it’s no better than the system they had before.

Every time your employer runs a payroll, and submits one …

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[1 Jan 2011 | No Comment | ]

Business is business, and your clients know (just the same as you do) that if payments are not made properly, then the business relationship they have with you will ultimately die. Here are 5 key steps to help you ensure that things are kept under control.
1. Terms and Conditions. You need to manage expectations, and a properly drafted set of terms and conditions (T&C) sets the scene immediately. Don’t start work without one. It allows both you and your client to understand the roles and requirements of each party. It …

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[6 Apr 2010 | No Comment | ]
Payroll in partnership with @payroll140

Concise and to the point

In conjunction with our sister organisation @payroll140 we can now offer a monthly payroll service . . .
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Is your payroll bureau 100% paperless? Payroll140 is! Everything is done by email, Dropbox and PDF.
This is an example of the sort of PDF payslip that gets e-mailed directly to staff members, or in a batch to the HR manager. Would that help your business?

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[6 Apr 2010 | No Comment | ]

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Posted on 6 Apr 2010 by The Proactive Accountant Dot Com

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[20 Aug 2009 | No Comment | ]

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What happens when your payroll is not normal?

If your business has a regular payroll, it will be getting used to the idea of making regular monthly payments of Income Tax and National Insurance to the Revenue. But what if your payroll is not normal? Employers still have to do the exercise and “make a monthly remittance” of PAYE even when it’s NIL!
We do this routinely for a number of our clients, and we use the Revenue’s on line …

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[27 Jul 2009 | No Comment | ]

Payroll Convention

In order to correctly show payroll costs in a profit and loss account we adopt the convention which requires Gross Pay and Employer’s National Insurance to be identified separately. Many software packages will allow this sort of summary to be printed and this particular example comes from IRIS:

Every month when the PAYE remittances report is prepared, please also prepare a Company Totals report and include it with the book keeping records.
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Posted on 27 Jul 2009 by The …

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[6 Apr 2009 | No Comment | ]

SMP The Employer’s process – ticking all the boxes!

SMP email – requesting info

SMP copy of Form MAT B1 MATB1 (not MAT1B)

SMP control sheet

SMP email – employee’s 700011 info

SMP confirmation – based on E15

SMP declined – based on E15

SMP submitted data checking – screen shot

SMP submission complete – screen shot

SMP email “claim submitted”

SMP notice and cheque R37T

SMP email “cheque banked”

SMP pay in slip

SMP reimbursement completed – jobno code

SMP Payroll revision exercise

SMP #fail issues

SMP report for payroll clerk (DB TAB)

CSID an 12pay file

New scheme submitted data checking – screen shot

New scheme process

New …