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Every single company, no matter how big or small, has to do payroll. It is an essential process, and as a business grows, the payroll and HR administration that comes with managing the demands of payroll can often be too much for one employee to handle.
Managing payroll is getting more challenging each year. With continuous updates and evolving HMRC regulations it can be difficult to maintain compliance. Finding the right payroll solution for your team can simplify processes and save resources and time spent on manual work or spreadsheets. Here are some of the essential payroll features to consider when looking for a better solution:
There are many aspects of year-end reporting that can be challenging for your payroll team to manage while keeping up with daily operations and payroll processing. Since final payroll reports have to be submitted to HMRC on or before your employees last payroll of the year, what are the best ways to make year-end reporting less painful and easier for your team?
Companies are always looking for improvements in operations, but sometimes the largest functions within the organisation get overlooked. Payroll and HR admin are two of the biggest line items on any company budget but how often is the efficiency of the tools being evaluated? As the new year gets underway, it might be time for a quick audit to see what is working and what can be improved.
The new year brings opportunities to improve operations and processes within your organisation. Payroll is one component of operations that can be very manual and time-consuming, but it doesn’t have to be. Making enhancements to your payroll process can reduce resources, identify problems, and eliminate manual or non-compliant aspects. Here are some process enhancements to evaluate in 2022.
Taxable benefits, commonly known as ‘Benefits in Kind’ are expenses and benefits provided to employees by their employers.
Most BIK’s (Benefits in Kind) need to be reported to HMRC, unless there are specific exemptions. These BIKs include the likes of company cars, private health insurance e.g., medical, or dental, payments or reimbursements where private/personal expenses are paid for employees, gym memberships....
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