Fee after RTI payroll services

For payroll services, normally we charge £250 (fixed) plus £4-£5 per employee per month for payroll services to a business. So a business with 4-5 employees pays around £450/500 per annum for payroll services (Payslips+P45+P60+P35 etc). Now after the Real Time Information implications from April 2013, we would have to submit reports to HMRC nearly 12 or in some cases (weekly pay) 52 times a year . What should be the level of fee for providing payroll services after April 2013? Any comments please.

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why charge more

NH |

@doctorwho - I must be missing out

Ding Dong |
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oh sorry, one more thing...

Ding Dong |
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Its the set-up that takes time

zeofiles |

Thanks!

Ding Dong |
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Jeez..wish we could charge

0098087 |

my fees

marks |

RTI - compliance costs

Philip Nickson |

We too are looking at a new

djn24 |

With regard to the original

hje |

Wow

hannahaston |

The extra time will be spent

Ian Lawrence |

year end fees

matttaxnpayroll |

Our payroll software comes in

djn24 |

I fear that RTI will have most effect on the smaller clients

stephenkendrew |

Sadly as I pointed out elsewhere

pauljohnston |

Risk is the issue, not time

BSSRoberts |

Penalties have been announced, in fact

TomMcClelland |
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Penalties

BSSRoberts |

OPPORTUNITY

markgosling |

BACS

Paula Sparrow |
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Is the BACS training necessary?

TomMcClelland |
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Who knows?

Paula Sparrow |
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BACS, internet banking, and hashtags

TomMcClelland |
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RTI - compliance costs

Philip Nickson |

HMRC gives no guidance on client approval

TomMcClelland |
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There's no way that we will

djn24 |

djn24

pauljohnston |

If there is a clear

djn24 |

djn24

pauljohnston |