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Hi guys

Silly question.

I'm trying to get Sage payroll for one of my clients. I have been running them on the HMCE free RTI software for years - but they are expanding and have 15 employees now.

I thought it would be easy enough to pop online and buy Sage 50 payroll that my various other clients use.

It is saying £20/£28 per month etc.

Is it not possible to buy a CD of it anymore??

Thanks in advance

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By Wanderer
27th Apr 2015 10:45

Moneysoft.

Just get Moneysoft.

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By kiwilondon99
27th Apr 2015 10:53

is moneysoft [ or what other non SAGE payroll ] can be setup with departments +/or projects,  and also be linked/updated to SAGE50 or SAGE 200 nominals

 

 

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By petersaxton
27th Apr 2015 11:00

Linking

I doubt other software links to your software but why limit your options when you can enter a journal relatively easily?

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By lionofludesch
27th Apr 2015 11:00

Moneysoft.

Always.

Don't waste your money with Sage.

£20/£28 a month indeed !!

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By Dishant Desai
27th Apr 2015 11:05

Payroll manager

I agree with above comments. Moneysoft payroll manager is much easy and reliable option. We have been using for many practices across UK. We also use Sage Payroll so we know the difference.

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By tracy.sammy23.freeserve.c
27th Apr 2015 11:11

Thanks guys - I'll have a look at it now.

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By teresaweezer
27th Apr 2015 11:12

Don't get me started with Sage!!!!

I have been a member of the Sage Accountant's Club for many years.  Their new and rather aggressive sales tactics are disgraceful and that is putting it politely!  I now recommend Moneysoft or Brightpay to my clients - as Sage have put their prices up to their Accountants Club members too, as a payroll bureau I am now moving half of my 50+clients onto other much cheaper and cost-effective software.  I won't even start complaining about their software prices, I don't have the time or the inclination as far as Sage is concerned!

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