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Payroll

Being an employer means additional payroll responsibilities, which can be complicated and time consuming to fulfil. So that you can make better use of your time, you can use Mac Kotecha & Co Ltd to manage this important area of your business. Our service includes:

  • Calculation of the employees’ gross pay and provision of pay advice slips after taking necessary deductions. All you need to do is to provide details of hours and holidays. The tax and National insurance that you need to deduct and pay HMRC will be worked out for you and you will be given payslips to give to your staff.
  • All routine correspondence with HMRC on payroll queries. Just send on all the correspondence you receive relating to Payroll. You need never speak to HMRC again (unless you really want to!)
  • Telephone support and advice, as and when you need it. Friendly prompt advice and support is just a phone call away.
  • Calculation of Statutory Sick Pay, Maternity Pay etc.
  • Calculation of the monthly PAYE and National Insurance deductions to be paid by the employer to HMRC.
  • All RTI compliant (of course!). RTI stands for Real time information and your payroll has needed to be compliant with this from April 2013. It represents the largest change to PAYE since its introduction in 1944, where previously employers paid PAYE due to HMRC on account but only declared and reported their PAYE at the year end, with a P35 return.

Contact Us

Contact us today or telephone on 0208 _346 0391, to find out how we can help you. Benefit from an innovative and customer focused practice that will make you wonder why all accountants are not like us. Although based in London, our Payroll services are utilised by many of our happy clients, throughout the rest of the UK. Why not give us a call today?