Employing staff, and paying them correctly, according to tax code, can be a minefield. With eligible employers also needing to provide workplace pensions, the problems can keep mounting up. That’s why so many businesses decide to outsource their payroll. After all, your company time and energy should be focused on making money, not paying it. Our payroll and pensions services can take care of all the hard work for you.


Sick days, maternity leave, and apprentice rates are just three of the many payroll problems that thousands of companies struggle with, day in day out. With payroll legislation changing on a yearly basis, it can be almost impossible to keep up with the ever adapting demands. That’s why we offer a thorough and comprehensive payroll service for up to 50 employees.

Our team of professionals can help you:

  • Calculate your employee’s pay, provide payslips, and calculate the necessary tax and national insurance deductions
  • Manage pay even when your employee’s are absent, sick or on maternity leave
  • Meet the demands of Real Time Information by sharing information with HMRC on-or-before employee payments, and using RTI-compliant payroll software.
  • Set up an employers scheme with HMRC
  • Keep track of holiday entitlement and pay
  • Provide P60’s for all of your employee’s at the end of the year
  • File all of the in-year and year-end returns for your company with HMRC


With the introduction of the Auto Enrolment Pensions legislation, it became even more difficult for companies and businesses to manage their accounts. The legislation requires employers to automatically enroll certain workers into a qualifying workplace pension scheme, and then also make contributions towards it. If you don’t work within the required regulations, you could face a fine from the Pensions Regulator. Our pensions service can help you avoid this outcome, and manage your pensions with ease.

We can help your company:

  • Decide on, and use, a qualifying workplace pension scheme. To be a qualifying automatic enrollment scheme, the pension scheme you choose must meet the qualifying criteria and the automatic enrolment criteria. Which is not quite as straight forward as it should be, and finding the right option can be a real challenge.
  • Navigate the pensions regulations as a small company (under 50 employees) as part of a larger PAYE scheme.
  • Register with the Pensions Regulator and keep official records and documents
  • Manage the payment of your contributions and determine minimum contributionsFor more information, or for professional support with pensions and payroll, tailored to your companies needs, get in touch today.