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Statutory Sick Pay (SSP)

From 6 April 2014, employers will no longer be able to claim reimbursement for Statutory Sick Pay (SSP).

The Department for Work and Pensions is taking steps to abolish the Statutory Sick Pay Percentage Threshold Scheme at the end of the 2013-14 tax year. However, employers will still be required to maintain SSP records for Pay As You Earn (PAYE) purposes and will still have the obligation to produce SSP records to meet the legal SSP obligations, should HMRC require them. We will be keeping the necessary records for our clients and advising them as and when required.

Payroll Services

Personalised reports and spreadsheets

We can discuss with you the types of reports that you will find most useful to you.. We understand that everyone's requirements are different and no bookkeeping system is the same. Therefore, we can give you breakdowns, on a spreadsheet, under headings which give you the immediate information...

Security Payslips

Most of our clients like to receive their payslips by email as this is quick and the payslips are always to hand to reprint if necessary. However, there are several options available. For instance, security payslips may be the way you wish to go. Or, we can email the staffs' payslips directly to...

RTi Submissions

As you will be aware, if you are an existing employer, HMRC's Real Time Information system is well underway. As we specialise in payroll, we are always up to date with the latest legislation and link directly to HMRC. So, we keep in line with the present requirements and you can relax knowing you...