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It is always difficult to know how to charge for payroll. I am wary that charging what seems reasonable for the time spent could seem expensive to clients and make them question the charge for other services. RTI will potentially increase time spent at least initially.  All my payrolls are less than 10 employees.For a monthly payroll I am currently aiming for £20 per month per employee with a minimum of £30 per month. It doesn't sound much but for a client with several employees sounds a lot from the client perspective over the year. Would any of you like to share how you charge for this and whether you are planning to increase charges with RTI.Many thanks.

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Tom McClelland
By TomMcClelland
31st Aug 2012 11:54

£20/month/employee ?

That sounds unbelievably high. The charges for 10 employees would be £2400pa. Do you find clients are prepared to pay that?

The additional operational software portion of RTI ought to be trivial in most cases. A few button clicks/month on a declaration similar to the current P35/P14 filing process. The costs for bureaus and practices will arise, it seems to me, in the to-ing and fro-ing with clients to approve the submission each time a pay run is done (weekly for weekly payrolls!). The detail of the filing is greater than that for current annual P35/P14 and really the client should sign it off every time as it is a legal declaration, and it has to be filed *before* payment to employees.

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By Healthpay
05th Sep 2012 11:57

Blimey!

You lot certainly know how to milk the cow that lays the golden egg! We (an agency) charge £2.40 per payslip per month and that includes everything regarding HMRC and pension returns. And we make a good living out of it! And no, RTI doesn't seem to us to justify any change. Auto-enrollment might though.

Picking up on Tom's comment:

TomMcClelland wrote:

The detail of the filing is greater than that for current annual P35/P14 and really the client should sign it off every time as it is a legal declaration

Where are you getting this from? Are you just assuming that will be the case?? I have asked HMRC RTI support line exactly what level of authorisation they will expect. You know, the support desk which will respond quickly to those in the trial, and I have had no response whatsoever in about 6 weeks. Impressive!

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Tom McClelland
By TomMcClelland
06th Sep 2012 08:28

Client approval seems necessary precaution, at least

woodworm wrote:

You lot certainly know how to milk the cow that lays the golden egg! We (an agency) charge £2.40 per payslip per month and that includes everything regarding HMRC and pension returns. And we make a good living out of it! And no, RTI doesn't seem to us to justify any change. Auto-enrollment might though.

Picking up on Tom's comment:

TomMcClelland wrote:

The detail of the filing is greater than that for current annual P35/P14 and really the client should sign it off every time as it is a legal declaration

Where are you getting this from? Are you just assuming that will be the case?? I have asked HMRC RTI support line exactly what level of authorisation they will expect. You know, the support desk which will respond quickly to those in the trial, and I have had no response whatsoever in about 6 weeks. Impressive!

Just an assumption, but a necessary one, IMHO.

It is a compliance document that states that the employer has made certain payments to their employees. The information in this document will be used in real time by HMRC and other government departments (eg to determine benefits). The information in the RTI returns will also be correlated with client P32 payments. On that basis it would seem unwise for an agent to file it without client confirmation. Perhaps tacit client confirmation would be sufficient if it is pre-warned; ie in the email with the payroll reports and payslip PDF a message along the lines, "Please check these figures carefully, if we don't hear from you by dd/mm/yy (before the payment date) that an amendment is required we will be filing full details of these employee payments with HMRC, as required by RTI regulations". At least that way there is no additional to-ing and fro-ing for clients where such an approach would be acceptable.

Some clients are going to have to be told to get a lot more pro-active about their payroll management. We hear every week from our Bureau/Practice clients of (a) new employees who have been paid by the client for months by guessing and (b) leavers who have continued to go through the bureau payroll but actually left months ago and the client just ignores the payslips, and they now want to know how to retrospectively alter their payroll. Doubtless clients with a high level of RTI adjustment filings will be more likely to attract HMRC enquiries.

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By refs8
31st Aug 2012 12:28

Agreed that does seem very high, RTI will be interesting

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By marks
31st Aug 2012 12:36

Our charges are

£1.50 per weekly payslip

£2 per fortnightly payslip

£2.50 per monthly payslip

with an additional £50 charge for the business per year to complete year end returns etc.

Therefore business with 3 employees paid monthly would pay £140 per year (3 x 12 x £2.50 = £90 + £50) for all payroll work and payslips.

Your charges of £20 per employee per month does seem very high.  For 3 employees your yearly charge would be £720 (3 x 12 x £20)

Over 5 times our charges.

Best of luck if you can get it.

Regards

MarkS

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By PatriciaRr
31st Aug 2012 13:03

Agree it seems high

Yes I agree it seems high from the client view which is why I was wondering what others do. The problem is that at £140 a year  it hardly seems worth the effort and responsibility of getting involved but clients often don't want to do it themselves.

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By neiltonks
31st Aug 2012 13:17

Subcontract?

If you have clients prepared to pay £240 per year per employee for monthly payrolls, you could always subcontract the work to a payroll bureau (most of which would charge you significantly less) and make some money out of it.

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By ireallyshouldknowthisbut
31st Aug 2012 13:33

I think you just worked out why most small practices dont do monthly payrolls.

I sub all mine out and dont get at all invovled, we only file director's payroll at year end.

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By marks
31st Aug 2012 13:35

I am the same.

I use a payroll bureau to do my clients payroll.

I just offer as an additional service but dont get involved in any of the payroll work and just recharge the client what i get charged.

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By PatriciaRr
01st Sep 2012 14:55

Risk & Responsibility

That means you are taking the risk and responsibility and getting nothing for it except the satisfaction of the client. It would surely be better to let the client go direct after introducing them? Can you tell me please what the bureau charges and whether they will increase with RTI?

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By cjbutler24
01st Sep 2012 14:39

Hadn't thought of changing fees

Hi

I charge £10 per payslip/employee for monthly payrolls and that includes the year end. So I was assuming the RTI would just be taken up in that. I don't think I could sell it to my clients as an extra if I am then not doing the P35...

Weekly payrolls are between £2-£4 per run depending on number of employees.

HTH

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By lmr
03rd Sep 2012 17:10

Fees

ireallyshouldknowthisbut wrote:

I think you just worked out why most small practices dont do monthly payrolls.

I sub all mine out and dont get at all invovled, we only file director's payroll at year end.

 

You might find it won't work doing directors payrolls just at YE when RTI comes around.

We're considering just a one off fee for RTI for all the data checks we'll need to do. I'm sure lots of our clients don't think to inform us if an employee changes address so can foresee a lot of changes being needed when we post out to clients the current data we hold for them to check. Plus the additional work caused when we'll need to find out the hours everyone works and input those into Sage of course.

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By Ian Lawrence
05th Sep 2012 11:34

We charge £40 per month for

We charge £40 per month for up to 5 employees.  I think we are too low and will be putting the fee up.  I took over a client from a larger firm who was charging £90 per month!  I have a part time employee who does this at £10 per hour.  It is profitable.

However I have many many clients whose directors income £624 per month is reported only at year end on the P35.  I am worried about having to do monthly RTI returns for these guys.  Has anyone found a way round this?  Can we avoid monthly reporting?  Do we have to assume the monthly payments are director loans until March when the whole year is put into one month?

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By ireallyshouldknowthisbut
05th Sep 2012 11:56

Ian - I was going to assume it was all paid in March for this year and then see where we are once the dust has settled as this issue has not been addressed in the pilots as far as i can see.

Very few of my client pay monthly which to my mind would prevent you doing this, but many do pay a lump sum on the final month of their year end so its not going to be possible to assume its all in March ongoing.

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By lordburnside
05th Sep 2012 12:23

FEES FOR PAYROLL

We used to charge per payslip + new employee + leaver + attachment of earnings  + postage etc which was too complex. In the end I simplfied it to £8 per month plus £1.65 per payslip. The monthly fee is to catch the one man band. I think I need to up these rates by a % now I see what you other robbers charge.

 

So one monthly pay is (12 x 1.65) + (12 x £8) or £116 a year

One weekly pay is (52 x 1.65) + (12 x £8) or £182 a year

50 weekly pays is (2600 x £1.65) + (12 x £8) or £4286

 

Mostly emailed now. If they are a nuisance and regularly change the payoll once its done then they get a nuisance factor added.

 

 

 

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By Veronica
05th Sep 2012 12:34

Payroll

 

We do enough payrolls to employe a dedicated person to do them; we charge £7.50 per person per month which includes year end. The only extra charge we make is for P11ds, we have very few of them.

We have one very large payroll, for which we charge a fixed sum per annual, and have processed that one for 11 years.

We do not think it will cause us any extra work so no extra charge is being planned.

 

Any one requiring someone to take up their small/large payrolls, just contact us.

 

 

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By Healthpay
05th Sep 2012 12:43

Blimey again!

Veronica wrote:

Any one requiring someone to take up their small/large payrolls, just contact us.

Or if you want to spend a third as much, contact us!

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By Veronica
05th Sep 2012 13:54

Payroll

 

 

Or if you want the best do call us

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By Healthpay
05th Sep 2012 14:06

A comment based on ignorance!

Veronica wrote:

Or if you want the best do call us

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By adam.arca
05th Sep 2012 14:13

I think fees will have to rise...

...but I'm not really sure yet by how much.

We charge a set rate for weekly / monthly paid but then discount that on a pretty hefty basis for "director" payrolls which we only process quarterly in advance.

With RTI reporting required every month, we face the options of either a) changing the processing of our quarterly payrolls to a monthly basis, or b) firing up the client's payroll every month just for the purposes of making an RTI submission.

Either way, that's extra work not currently factored into the fee (and ignoring the potential loss of work / fees from end of year processing).

 

Theoretically, RTI for weekly / monthly payrolls should be just the press of a button (he says guessing)? In that case, a fee increase can't really be justified in terms of extra work provided it does all work that smoothly. But what I hadn't thought about was the comment above about client authorisation needed for RTI submissions before they are made. If true, that could generate a lot of work (creating report / faxing or emailing / chasing / chasing again / submitting).

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By Healthpay
05th Sep 2012 14:20

Yes, that's the key!

adam.arca wrote:

But what I hadn't thought about was the comment above about client authorisation needed for RTI submissions before they are made. If true, that could generate a lot of work (creating report / faxing or emailing / chasing / chasing again / submitting).

As you say, that could be the stumbling block. I have created a browser button for our clients so all they have to do is click the button and then press Send to send us an email giving authorisation. We then just have to open their file and press the button - less than a minute's work (I know, because we are already doing it for two clients). But will that email be enough?? I can't get HMRC to tell me anything!

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By carnmores
05th Sep 2012 15:01

some prices are extortionate

its not rocket science.....its a clear rip off

some practicioners seem to charge out everything at the same rate whether it be simple payroll or complex tax advice

i really do not get that

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By Monsoon
05th Sep 2012 15:13

£23 per run here

We charge £23 per payroll run (weekly or monthly) for up to 5 employees. That came out as pretty average on the 2010 survey that Steve Holloway did.

I have a part time member of staff who does the payroll and I'm sure it's profitable.

We use 12Pay (love it) and I trust that they will make RTI as simple and painless as everything else PAYE. Basically - cross that bridge when I come to it.

Edit: I used to do a payroll for a Ltd Co, who was very happy with their accountant who did their year end, but the accountant didn't do payroll. I now do everything for this client, simply because they wanted their accounts "all in one place." I didn't poach them; they asked me. Payroll might be a low value annoying task, but for this reason alone, it's well worth offering it.

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By PatriciaRr
05th Sep 2012 16:21

Is there are link to the survey please - guessing it may be helpful to compare fees for other services.

 

 

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By smim3
05th Sep 2012 16:22

RTI

The initial checking procedure will be costly in time as you have to have all the information for all employees from 6th April 2012 - this includes leavers. No temporary NI numbers, incorrect dates of birth are to be used, instead these areas are to be left blank - a bit difficult with SAGE as it automatically puts in a temp NI number.  The first payroll alignment submission will be the most difficult as this will be the one I think that will cause a lot of problems if the payroll information is not all there.

It is the biggest change to PAYE since 1944 so I think it's a bit naive to expect it all to go smoothly and not generate more work initially.

 

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By Healthpay
05th Sep 2012 16:35

Data errors

I have been running since May with 60 staff across 2 employers, and in that time we have had one data query - a bad NI number,

One mechanism I adopted early on was to ensure I used a payslip format that displays the address. It was amazing how many old un-amended addresses that flushed out!

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By Red Leader
05th Sep 2012 16:42

client choice

My fees for payroll are higher than a bureau. Payroll work isn't something I seek to take on, and even when I point out to a new client that they could use a bureau which would be cheaper, some choose to use me instead. As another poster has said, some clients like to just have the one point of contact. Some do choose the bureau though, of course.

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By Halex
05th Sep 2012 17:02

What profession are you in people?

I cannot believe the criticism of those charging high fees for running a payroll. No - it is not a rip off, it is a reflection of the skills and time to complete a job. If business owners are prepared to pay for the service then it reflects the value they place on it. Surely that is business? As accountants we would encourage our clients to price their products/services to maximise profits. A payroll bureau will always be cheaper through economies of scale but may not offer the comprehensive service required by the client.

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By PatriciaRr
05th Sep 2012 17:19

Quite agree Halex. As accountants we offer far more than just a " press the button and print" service.We often act almost as a HR department as well fielding all manner of queries and pointing the client in the direction of suitable legal help where necessary. I think the major difference comes in caring that everything is right for the client even if it is not strictly within our direct responsibility to do.

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By Albie
05th Sep 2012 17:23

Mainly steer clients away if the numbers are large

Must say, I do look after some payroll but steer clients away if they have larger employee numbers to avoid the potential queries on overtime ect.

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By Christop51
05th Sep 2012 19:08

Payroll charges

Our first testing of the water as a bureau based on limited experience and information on commercial rates for this type of work was with a potential client.

We quoted/charged £60 pcm for the 26 employee monthly payroll which we took on last year. The payroll was far more complex than we were led to believe, we enhanced the clients monthly spreadsheet to calculate the gross pay totals from their input of employee basic hours, overtime, shift allowance etc. (All-in-all 10 pay elements). This eliminated the room for error on our part and halved the time needed to process.  

My point being as with year end and taxation work, no two payrolls or clients are the same. I suspect their accountants were charging a lot more for the payroll work because it took them longer. No doubt the same will apply their year and taxation fees.    

We fully anticipate getting their year end accounts, Sage support and filing work.   

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By alicooke71
05th Sep 2012 20:58

HR support
I agree with PatriciaR that by offering payroll as accountants we provide a wider service than a payroll bureau. We do a large number of payrolls most of whom have less than 10 employees. We are constantly getting asked HR questions, most of which we can answer. In my opionion clients value this service as they don't like the hassle of payroll and hence are prepared to pay a higher fee than a bureau may charge.

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By Healthpay
05th Sep 2012 23:03

Agents are not just button-pushers

Why do you assume that agents just do a mechanical button-pushing job? We provide a lot of HR advice to our clients and are widely appreciated for this service. Which for £2.40 per payslip per month and no year end charge is pretty good value.

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By lmr
06th Sep 2012 11:56

Engagement Letters

We're actually planning on new Payroll Engagement Letters to cover RTI, which will hopefully negate the need of getting authorisation every month.

Its rare we do a rerun, most clients (and ourselves) preferring to make the correction on the following periods run - which will be better as from what I've read reruns and RTI really don't go together well.

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By Veronica
06th Sep 2012 13:16

re: Payroll

 

We also offer a complete service, account, self assessments, tax advice, payroll, IR investments

Book keeping.

By the way we only charge for work undertaken, we do not charge for meetings, telephone calls, and clients do not have to make appointments they can just drop in, same goes for new clients.

We keep it friendly.

We never over charge, despite some comments on our payroll charges, for the £7.50, we assist the employees of all our clients with their tax problems ie wrong tax codes. We sort problem when wrong information is supplied which a bureau would never do.

Each firm has their own way, and as long as we all make an honest living that is all that matters.

Abacus Accounting Services

Little Dean, Cinderford, Glos

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By Healthpay
06th Sep 2012 13:30

Bureaux are not all just button pushers

Veronica wrote:

We never over charge, despite some comments on our payroll charges, for the £7.50, we assist the employees of all our clients with their tax problems ie wrong tax codes. We sort problem when wrong information is supplied which a bureau would never do.

Please don't misunderstand me, my comment was that we charge £2.40 where you charge £7.50 - that's fact!

Your comment that you are "the best" was made in ignorance of what kind of service we provide. In fact from what you say we provide a very similar service to you, just 1/3 of the price! And this bureau would do what you say we would never do - because we do just that!

Not a problem though - we aren't actively looking for more clients as we have grown 64% in one year.

Regards

John

 

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By Carolynne
19th Sep 2012 16:20

Fees For RTI submissions

I have read all the replies to this question.  And wonder if those who just see it as a part of their current fee have thought of something that I bring into mind whenever I decide if it is something I will be charging extra for?

After an initial teething period, HMRC will most likely treat this scheme as that of the CIS monthly return.scheme  If a submission is late there may well be a £100 penalty, and there may be penalties for grossly incorrect submissions that need amendments further down the line.

As an agent, I am taking onboard a risk, that if I do something wrong, and the client receives a penalty, that they could theoretically come to me for the cost of the penalty, as it was potentially my fault.

Therefore I will be charging an additional fee for this service.  Most likely a setting up fee of between £30 to £50, depending on the size of the payroll.  For the time I will be spending printing off the reports of information currently held and posting out/emailing to clients.  Then the amendments I may have to make such as address changes etc, and the time spent on the phone discussing this with each client, as they try to get an understanding of what is required of them.

I will then be charging a weekly or monthly fee for the actual submission.  As I always print off a copy of submissions made to CIS and post out to client (or pdf them to my hard drive and email on to the client), To give them the  assurance that it has been done.  This takes time.  And if I don't get it done I may be liable to a penalty because it will be my fault.

Weekly clients I have thought I would charge £5 or £6 per report, and monthly clients £10 per report.  But will make a final decision when I see what my software package introduces for the production of these reports.

If you were in a restaurant and wanted a little extra to your meal (not on the list for the meal you have chosen), don't they usually advise you that you can have this, but there will be a small charge for this additional item? 

I really don't think it is being unreasonable to expect a little more for the newfound work and risk, you will be taking on, on behalf of your client.

I currently charge £15 per week (£65 per month) for payrolls with 3-10 employees), and £30 per month for monthly payrolls up to 15 employees.  With currently an £80 charge for the end of year P35 return and P60 submissons and further charges for P11d/s.

I will also be issuing a further payroll letter of engagement, to set out this work, for the client to sign, giving me permission to post these returns on their behalf, stating the fees that will be charged. 

I think if you do a good job, and the client is happy with the service, they don't mind, and they understand that you have to be paid for the work that you do.

Caspar

 

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By pauljohnston
15th Nov 2012 09:38

A couple of things

Firstly the emailing of payslips now seems against Data Protection regulations and the new (next) EU directive on the sending of personal information in unencrypted emails.

Secondly we have been advised to issued new Terms of Engagement with regard to RTI.  The new ones we are advised should include the the Client confirming that all information is correct and that he/she accepts responsibility for all all data passed to the agent that is incorrect/late and that the client will pay any fines/penalties or interest that relates to his or her ommission/wrong or late information and late payment of PAYE and NIC.

The P35 and P14s should have all been agreed by the client before submission.  We were further advised some years ago that "if we dont hear from you by..." was not sufficient.

I am not sure what we are going to do.  I have thought of using a bureau but only one that does payroll.

 

 

 

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By TomMcClelland
15th Nov 2012 09:51

Emailed payslips can be encrypted

pauljohnston wrote:

Firstly the emailing of payslips now seems against Data Protection regulations and the new (next) EU directive on the sending of personal information in unencrypted emails.

Secondly we have been advised to issued new Terms of Engagement with regard to RTI.  The new ones we are advised should include the the Client confirming that all information is correct and that he/she accepts responsibility for all all data passed to the agent that is incorrect/late and that the client will pay any fines/penalties or interest that relates to his or her ommission/wrong or late information and late payment of PAYE and NIC.

The P35 and P14s should have all been agreed by the client before submission.  We were further advised some years ago that "if we dont hear from you by..." was not sufficient.

I am not sure what we are going to do.  I have thought of using a bureau but only one that does payroll.

Software can encrypt the payslips so that they can only be read by a recipient in possession of a password to open and view the file.

I'm going to ask the RTI team at HMRC what (practical) recommendations they make about bureau/practice services that do weekly payroll for clients in terms of prior client approval of filing. They're presenting the whole RTI shebang as time and red-tape saving for employers and requiring explicit client approval for every week's filing would be the very opposite of that.

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By pauljohnston
15th Nov 2012 10:06

Tom

I wish you very good luck.

RTI is great for HMRC and large employers but those who outsource have been left in the cold when dealing with the practical issues

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By TomMcClelland
23rd Nov 2012 11:05

HMRC responds...

pauljohnston wrote:

I wish you very good luck.

RTI is great for HMRC and large employers but those who outsource have been left in the cold when dealing with the practical issues

 

I got a response from HMRC for anyone who followed this thread and is interested. The question I asked was what authorisation is appropriate for a bureau or practice filing FPS on client's behalf? Should they get specific authority every week for a weekly payroll or can they assume that silence from the client when they get their payslips implies consent to file the matching FPS?

HMRC's response is that they will not comment on the matter; it is between the payroll processor and their client. In fact in general there is no guidance whatsoever on what authority a bureau/practice should obtain from its client when making any RTI submission.

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By pauljohnston
15th Nov 2012 10:35

A new URL for RTI

The accountancy profession have a website you may wish to view.  www.payerti.org

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By pauljohnston
23rd Nov 2012 11:40

Thanks Tom

I am still no wiser and I guess that if we dont get confirmation and it goes wrong it is our fault.

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By seitler
09th Jan 2013 23:45

Authorisation

I'm not sure why this is required because if a mistake were made , its can be rectified at the next submission.

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By J D Hooper
07th May 2014 06:50

Payroll Outsourcing

For several reasons, I am looking to outsource my payroll clients to a bureau.  I have read several comments on this site, that suggest that payroll bureau's are cheap and efficient.  I need some quotes and information from members, if possible.  I don't want to outsource to anyone that does more than payroll, as I don't want my clients to leave for other services.  In return for providing clients, I would expect to be copied in to the regular reports sent to the clients, so that I have the information necessary to prepare their accounts.  Anyone interested in having a chat?

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By Sussex coast
15th May 2014 08:31

Payroll

Hi, I have no idea where you are as joined 5 minutes ago. I have spent most of my long working life working for myself but right now am running the finances for 3 companies that turnover around £7m. Miss working for myself and thinking about starting up again, and eventually leaving here, but considering just payroll as although, we know, that RTI is not difficult to implement, Joe Bloggs thinks its unbelievably hard and happy to offload.Was firstly looking to find out charges as Sage Bureau licences pretty expensive for a client, at aroung £140 for every new client. I note you are wishing to sub out your payroll clients and wondering, one, how many you have and two what you charge?? I have a majorly busy day at work today but could maybe chat after 5 if you are interested. Can send email address if you wish.

 

Thanks Bev

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All the above prices are charged at per employee and all the prices include FREE RTI, National Insurance, Student Loan, Tax & Holiday Pay Calculations which will be all worked out for you. We will also provide FREE 2nd Class Delivery for all our Hardcopy services and our Electronic services will be emailed to you in PDF format.

The benefits of using our service is that if you have several employees you will not need any payroll software as we will manage all the payroll for you saving you valuable time so you can concentrate on your business, all we would require from you is the employees information and their hours they work and we will take care of the rest. We provide a fully managed payroll service at a low cost rate and will free up your time and let you get on with your business and let us do your payroll. We offer a dedicated payroll service to our clients, which is completed on time and sent correctly in order for you to print and distribute or just distribute if it is a hard copy. If you would like to know more information please don’t hesitate to contact us via telephone or email us for a FREE Quotation for your business you can also buy our services online at our eBay Store.

Thank You
Mohammed Ansar
Payroll Manager

Tel: 0754 333 68 33
Email: [email protected]

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