Case Study of a Tile Company

The company were quite happily running their payroll without a hitch, however, that all changed when Workplace Pensions became compulsory. The company set up a pension scheme, but couldn’t comprehend how to report and integrate the pension payments into their payroll software programme.  This resulted in the Pension Regulator sending them a fine for non-compliance … Read more

Case Study of an Insurance Brokerage

Through one of our networking events, we connected with a family insurance broker, who’s previous experience as an international HR manager meant he was more than qualified to undertake the responsibilities of running payroll for their company of 12 employees.  During our initial chat we did not pursue their payroll business, in view of his … Read more

Case Study of a Hairdresser

We saw a cry for help online from a hairdresser that was taking on their first member of staff, they had completed the HMRC registration online until they got to a point where they got stuck! We offered to help talk them through the rest of the registration, so that they would be compliant and … Read more

New Health and Social Care Levy announced

Following increased speculation that the government was intending to increase National Insurance (NI) rates for employees, to provide funds to aid the social care sector, it was today confirmed that a new Health and Social Care Levy will be introduced. This will mean workers pay an additional 1.25%. Individuals who are above the State Pension … Read more