Dedicated outsourced payroll bureau, responsible for wages processing, calculating PAYE/NIC, CIS, pension auto-enrolment and related technical support.

With our wealth of experience we cater for all payroll requirements. This is reflected by our diverse client base that ranges from 1 member pension schemes to businesses with 250 employees, including those consisting partly or wholly of CIS sub-contractors. We also provide cover for in-house payroll departments during periods of staff absenteeism.

We offer a range of services including:

  • Secure outsourced payroll (for a weekly, fortnightly, 4 weekly, monthly, quarterly or annual pay periods).
  • Submission of all relevant returns, including EPS’s and P45’s.
  • Arranging for employees to be paid by BACS, or other electronic means.
  • Providing ongoing ad-hoc support for payroll queries.
  • Assistance with the calculation of holiday pay.
  • Performing PAYE/NIC health check reviews, prior to an HMRC control visit.
  • Administering CIS, including submission of CIS300 returns and CIS payslips for subcontractors.
  • Advising in relation to the payroll implications of IR35.
  • Advising of the journals necessary to update computerised accounting records.
  • Tax efficient remuneration planning, including salary sacrifice and directors remuneration.
  • Assistance with Auto-Enrolment calculations and submissions.


Why choose us?

  • Specialist payroll expertise (based in our Ely, Mildenhall and Bury St Edmunds offices).
  • Cost effective (saving you software and stationery costs).
  • Under the same roof as your annual accounts/tax adviser, to assist with tax efficiency and accounts/tax return preparation.
  • Outsourcing automatically provides service cover (no problems when your staff are absent through illness or holiday).
  • Transparent pricing based on a menu style tariff.


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