What we do
Running your payroll can be time-consuming even if you only have a few staff. Plus there's the stress of dealing with legislation and HMRC rules that seem to get more complex every day. By outsourcing your payroll you can focus on running and growing your business.
Our service covers all aspects of payroll, including:
- PAYE, national insurance, statutory sick pay, statutory maternity pay, etc
- Hourly pay, overtime, child care vouchers, salary sacrifice etc
- Payments to employees and HMRC
- Payslips and e-payslips
- Reporting under Real Time Information (RTI)
- Cost breakdowns by department
- Statutory forms and year-end returns
- Incentives, bonus schemes and commissions
- Auto-enrolment, pension deductions
And, you won't have to worry about forms and deadlines or penalties for non-compliance.
Chris & Jan Hartley, Directors chrisjanhartley ltd t/a Boots Opticians
"We have been using Clark Howes since we set up our company in 2013. We have always found them easy to deal with, very efficient and very clear in the way they deal with their clients. The level of service we receive cannot be faulted, the advice given is always clear and easy to understand, and they do not use too much 'technical language' when dealing with their clients. As our business is partially exempt from VAT, this has thrown up a few challenges but again the team at Clark Howes dealt with this very well, spent time looking into how this impacts on our business and kept us informed throughout.
We would highly recommend Clark Howes to anybody looking for a company offering accountancy services. They have enabled us to focus and concentrate on the areas of our business where our expertise lies, ensuring all aspects of the accountancy and company secretarial work is carried out in a professional, friendly manner. We feel that Clark Howes offer our business value for money and peace of mind."
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