Ease the monthly burden on your accounting staff by outsourcing your payroll to Whittingham Riddell.

Many organisations have realised that processing their payroll each month takes a considerable amount of time for their in-house accounting staff and management team - time that would be better spent focusing on other areas of the business! With the increasing complexity of taxation and employment legislation, it can also be a real headache for businesses to comply with all regulations and avoid paying substantial penalties.

At Whittingham Riddell our dedicated Payroll Services team has extensive knowledge and are highly trained, providing a comprehensive and affordable service to suit your needs. We work with a wide variety of clients across Shropshire, Herefordshire and Wales, so whether you have 1 employee or 300, we are here to help!

Just a few of the benefits of letting us process your Payroll:

  • Efficient & confidential service compliant with data protection laws
  • Computer generated security payslips
  • Arrangement of BACS payments
  • Administration of PAYE, NI, Statutory Sick Pay, Statutory Maternity pay etc
  • Completion of statutory forms P35, P45, P60 etc
  • Family Tax Credits & Student Loans
  • Up-to-date information on employment law & current legislation
  • Summaries & helpful analysis of staff costs
  • Accounts friendly reports
  • Administration of incentive schemes, bonuses, pensions & termination payments

As part of our service, we can generate a variety of reports tailored to your requirements. These can assist with the control of staff costs and budgeting for the future. In addition, we can provide advice and assistance on payroll-related issues, such as third-party enquiries, holiday entitlement, setting up pensions and PAYE in real time (RTI). 


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