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Payroll is an important part of any business. However, payroll in-house can be complicated and time consuming. With changing regulations and controls, many businesses underestimate the cost of processing payroll, by failing to account for the hours spent and resources allocated to pay employees and maintain payroll records.

There can be a lot of worry and uncertainty regarding security, confidentiality, and compliance issues. Wouldn’t you love to free up resources from having to keep up with the constant changes in the taxation system to focus on growing your business instead?

We provide experienced and reliable advice on our payroll services, which we offer to small or large businesses. As an employer, you have different obligations, many of which can be managed through our in-house payroll package. This means that from a compliance point of view, we can free you up, and remove some of the burden from you as an employer.

Your staff must be paid on time, every time. In Ireland this is typically every week. Regular changes to payroll legislation can impose a drain on your resources so it may make sense to make use of our outsourced payroll service.

Our outsourced payroll processing and payroll management team becomes your dedicated payroll department whose primary objective is processing your payroll in the most cost effective and compliant manner.

Get in Touch with us today to find out how our Payroll services will help your business

Payroll Services

  • Preparation and processing of weekly, fortnightly, monthly payroll
  • Calculation of all aspects of tax, social insurance, USC, pension, and statutory deductions
  • Calculation of notional pay and Benefit in Kind (BIK)
  • Calculation of part-time and public holiday pay entitlements
  • Provision of employee payslips
  • Provision of electronic payments file for your financial institution for the payment of net wages to employees
  • Payroll summaries and departmental reports
  • Registration of new employees
  • Cessation of employees who are leaving
  • Submission of all returns to Revenue, on a weekly, fortnightly or monthly basis, as required
  • Arranging for payment of liabilities due to Revenue
  • Keeping you informed of any budget changes, compliance or Revenue requirements