Looking for software recommendations


M

Mrgi

Hi

I'm currently self employed but come the new tax year going to expand and
take on two new employees.

I've spoken to my accountant about running a payroll for me, but he's
advised me to look at buying software dedicated to this, such as Sage
instant payroll.

I tried searching for advice on payroll software but not had much luck. I've
read reviews that say Sage in terrible and then other that say it great,
which is a little confusing.

I just wonder if anyone can offer me any advice on Sage software or any
alternative payroll software available.

Many Thanks

Wayne
 
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Bob

I'm surprised he won't do it for you. It shouldn't cost much more than the
annual software maintenance cost on a computer payroll. If you buy, you need
to make sure that it will file end of year returns by internet as over 5
years from 6/4/05 Inland Revenue will pay you £825 to file that way (£250
per year for the first two years then lesser amounts thereafter. Details of
Revenue approved software on
http://www.inlandrevenue.gov.uk/efiling/paye/paye_software_forms.htm
TAS is a good starting point if you want to look at software
http://www.tassoftware.co.uk/tasbookspayroll.asp
Prices start at £89 with support at £99. You can order a demo CD
HTH
Bob
 
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Dave

Hi

I'm currently self employed but come the new tax year going to expand and
take on two new employees.

I've spoken to my accountant about running a payroll for me, but he's
advised me to look at buying software dedicated to this, such as Sage
instant payroll.

I tried searching for advice on payroll software but not had much luck. I've
read reviews that say Sage in terrible and then other that say it great,
which is a little confusing.

I just wonder if anyone can offer me any advice on Sage software or any
alternative payroll software available.

Many Thanks

Wayne
Try uk.business.payroll - they are the payroll people.
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