Payroll with Stone Accountants
With HMRC's new RTI (real time information) demands, running payroll for your staff has become a demanding and strenuous exercise. HMRC now require that before any payment is made to employee's, deductions need to be calculated, made and sent over to them. This means that whether you pay your staff £50 per week or £5,000 per month, you MUST run a payroll scheme and let HMRC know of your calculations.
We understand that for most business owners, this is an unwanted and time-consuming task that they could definitely do without. Our experience and professional staff are here to help.
UK Payroll legislature is constantly developing and we at Stone Accountants like to make sure we're ahead of the game. We run payroll for over 200 employees nationwide, complying with new RTI demands regarding calculations and submissions, whilst keeping you informed of any impending changes.
Whether your staff are salaried, casual, temporary or sub-contracted we can remove all the stresses associated with HMRC payroll. Deducting payments at source for items such as....
• company benefits
• childcare vouchers
• maternity/paternity pay
• sick pay
...is just part of what Stone Accountants can offer your business. With packages designed to suit your needs, our expert payroll team work with you to ensure legal compliance and employee satisfaction.
To learn more...
- Detailed guide: Customs Freight Simplified Procedures: excluded procedure codes June 23, 2017Find out which Customs Procedure Codes (CPCs) are limited use or excluded from use with Customs Freight Simplified Procedures (CFSP).HM Government
- International treaty: Kyrgyzstan: tax treaties June 22, 2017Tax treaties between the UK and Kyrgyzstan and related documents.HM Government
- Guidance: Employer Bulletin: June 2017 June 21, 2017A bi-monthly magazine for employers and agents giving up-to-date information on payroll topics.HM Government
- Form: Support for a child conceived without your consent April 5, 2017Form to claim extra benefit or tax credits for a child conceived without your consent, if they are your third or subsequent child.HM Government
- Detailed guide: Tell HMRC about a Student Loan in your tax return December 29, 2016If you complete a Self Assessment tax return, you must use it to tell HM Revenue and Customs (HMRC) about your Student Loan deductions.HM Government