Your Pension Scheme is A Right – Employers Must Comply

The Pension Regulator has a system in place to deal with employers that do not comply with the law when it comes to pensions. Although the majority of employers do set up and maintain workplace pensions for their staff, there are some who deny workers their legal rights and tell…

What To Do Before Making the Move to Payroll Software

While bureau payroll software can make the process much easier, the implementation stage can seem quite daunting. Transferring all the data, figuring out the tax rates and where you should input the tax ID can drive anyone a little crazy. To make the task easier, here is a run down…

Sorting Out Staff Holidays During the Busy Summer Season

There are many reasons why summer can be a stressful time for payroll departments. Not only do bank holidays change your payment dates, and can make arrangements more complex, it’s peak time for people to take holidays, meaning you’ve got to work out entitlements and pay rates. This is when…

GDPR and Payroll: What Does Your Company Need to Do?

As you may have already figured out from the dozens of e-mails in your inbox, new data protection rules known as GDPR are coming into place, which aim to make peoples’ data more secure and give them more control. This means if you carry out payroll for accountants, or any…

Accountants wake up to new AML regulations

The Anti Money Laundering (AML) regulations have been in place for ten years. A fourth directive is expected to take effect before the end of June and is causing concern among some accountants. The latest directive includes most of the previous regulations with one significant addition. This is the creation…

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