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Hi I have just downloaded moneysoft to start a company payroll midway through the year but when trying to put in the weekly figures to date I can only get an option to enter monthly figures.  I need to continue the payroll from week 9 and have the p11d's to week 8.  Has anyone had this problem and can it be fixed or an idea how to resolve the problem.  If anyone could assist it would be very much appreciated.

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By Wanderer
28th May 2016 15:19

When you set up the employees did you set their pay frequencies to 'Weekly'?

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By Henri-Hound
28th May 2016 16:04

Hi yes I set each employee up as weekly. The problem seems to be with the client set up as when I go into tools mid year start the only option it gives me to import P11 data is for months and cannot see anywhere I can change this to weeks.

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By carnmores
28th May 2016 19:24

You might have P11 but no more, you can either enter the b/f totals or re enter the weekly figures. Make sure when setting up employees that you have them as weekly paid . see the tab on employee detail

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By lionofludesch
28th May 2016 20:25

It may seem trite but, at this early stage of the year, I'd go back and enter everything week by week. I hate mid year transfers of software. They're never as easy as the software providers say.

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By Henri-Hound
28th May 2016 20:42

Thanks for the advice. HMRC have advised that if I rerun the payroll from week 1 i will be prompted to send in a submission which will be a duplicate. They have advised that if i do this the employees tax and national insurance details will be incorrect and its unlikely that they would pick this up. I did question why not as although a different person was submitting the return it would be for the same Company with the same staff and national insurance number! I was told that i should not do this and the call was being recorded! Big dilemma as I dont want to upset anyone I just want to get the payroll correct before having to start the pensions!

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By tom123
28th May 2016 20:47

But of course, you don't have to submit an RTI for the earlier period. Just submit an RTI for the first period you are doing.

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By Henri-Hound
28th May 2016 21:12

Thanks I thought I would have to submit the RTI. I think I will enter the data week by week glad its not too far into the year!

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By bernard michael
29th May 2016 10:47

Do not be afraid to contact Moneysoft support. they are brilliant and patient

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By Tim Vane
29th May 2016 16:30

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Do not be afraid to contact Moneysoft support. they are brilliant and patient

Er, they are also closed!

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By Alex_T
30th May 2016 13:04

I use BrightPay and have imported company, employees and YTD data from HMRC basic tools (mid year) with a click of a button. Seamless! No need to backdate or manually enter data. I'm not sure what software you were previously using but they offer this import facility for several payroll packages. Similar price to Moneysoft and it includes CIS and AE. Might be worth a look!

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By moboffsol
12th Jun 2016 00:16

Have you set the employees up as being paid weekly or monthly?
The helpline for moneysoft are very helpful. If all else fails.. give them a ring. They will guide you through it.

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By hyderaly
04th Sep 2016 10:26

Off on a slight tangent - did you port across in-year leavers? I am of the view that it won't be necessary considering that leaver information would have been reported to HMRC using the previous software and the Year end submission does not include any YTD figures anymore. Any thoughts?

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