This is another area in which the service we offer to you can be tailored to suit your requirements. Based upon weekly or monthly gross pay details supplied by you, we can promptly produce regular payslips showing Income Tax and National Insurance deductions (including Statutory Sick Pay, Statutory Maternity Pay etc) along with full details of the monthly or quarterly PAYE payments due to HM Revenue & Customs.
In addition, we can provide bank transfer schedules to enable net wages and salary payments to be made directly from your bank account to your employees’ accounts if you prefer.
We can accept your instructions by telephone, post, fax or e-mail and return the processed data to you in the same manner.
We regularly deal with varying size of payrolls, either for single employees on a monthly basis, or for employers with over one hundred weekly paid employees with variable rates of pay, overtime, etc.
If you wish to run your own payroll system our staff are happy to advise on the processes involved, and should any problems arise, our friendly staff are always available to help.
Employment Law is a complex area and is increasingly becoming an area of concern for employers. Whilst we are not legal advisors, membership of our fees protection insurance automatically provides a free employment law telephone advice service.
2015-16 national minimum wage rates
There are currently three aged based national minimum wage rates and an apprentice rate, which are usually updated in October each year.
- for workers aged 21 years or more: £6.70 per hour
- for workers aged 18 to 20 inclusive: £5.30 per hour
- for workers aged under 18 (but above compulsory school age): £3.87 per hour
- *for apprentices aged under 19: £3.30 per hour
- *for apprentices aged 19 and over, but in the first year of their apprenticeship: £3.30 per hour
Apprentices aged 19 or over who have completed one year of their apprenticeship are entitled to receive the national minimum wage rate applicable to their age.
*Please not that there are certain rules and criteria for Apprentice Rates to be applicable.
Agricultural Wages Order – Special rates apply to agricultural workers – please contact us for further details of the changes to these rates.
National Living Wage will come into effect from April 2016 . Any worker aged 25 or over needs to be paid at least £7.20 per hour