Saving Time & Resources

You may have peace of mind knowing that your employees are paid on time, each and every time, in a legal and effective manner, by outsourcing your payroll to our award-winning staff.

It is simple to set up, expandable, and managed by professionals with CIPP credentials. We take great satisfaction in offering five-star customer service and giving you the freedom to use our cloud-based system however you see fit.

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We offer a wide range of payroll benefits.

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We are also Medical and Education payroll compliance experts with a track record in these industries.

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Our technology is available through our secure online platform.

UK Payroll Features

These guarantee that we fully comply with UK and international payroll legislation.

Cutting-edge Payroll Technology

It contributes in saving your time and money.

CIPP training

The CIPP provides professional certificates and qualifications to employees at various phases of their payroll, pension, or reward careers.

Disaster Recovery

Payroll has proven to be critical to business continuity, both in terms of risk mitigation and disaster recovery.


How does the UK payroll system work?

PAYE payroll runs from the 6th to the 5th of the next month in the United Kingdom. Employers must compute tax, National Insurance contributions, and other deductions, provide payslips to employees (it is legal in the UK to provide payslips online), and submit an FPS report to HMRC on or before payday each month.

Do I require payroll services for just one employee?

Yes, even if you are the sole employee, payroll taxes must be paid. If you are the sole employee, you are not exempt from liability. The HMRC does not grant specific tax breaks to "solopreneurs" or lone proprietors.

What steps are involved in the payroll process?

Payroll processing is a complicated step in managing the payroll of your UK team. There are multiple steps in the UK payroll process to ensure that the pay is computed, recorded, and distributed correctly. Payroll UK is generally managed and overseen by a payroll specialist, but it may also come within the purview of human resources. Payroll processing in the UK comprises the following steps: Precalculation: You begin with establishing state or local tax IDs, collecting employee tax and payment information, setting up the right payroll schedule for your business, and establishing tax payment dates. Manually processing: This step involves reviewing hourly employee schedules, determining overtime pay, calculating gross pay, determining deductions, and calculating net pay. Eventually, you can issue payments to employees through their preferred payment delivery method, including paper checks, direct deposit, etc. Maintain records: UK laws demand employers to maintain payroll records and report new hires to the HMRC.