Payroll processing is an important, yet increasingly difficult and demanding task, especially with changing regulations such as RTI (Real Time Information) and Auto Enrolment for pensions.

Annual changes in tax codes, pensions, maternity and paternity pay are just some of the complex areas you need to keep up date with if you are to be compliant and keep your employees happy.

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Why haysmacintyre?

We offer flexible payroll solutions for businesses of all sizes – our clients range from individuals to large companies with overseas employees.

Our personal, proactive service is built around listening to you and getting to know your business. We will tailor our payroll services to suit you; and make sure you have fast, easy access to the information you need and your employees are paid correctly and on time.

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Our prices are transparent and competitive and we will agree the charges with you upfront, so you won’t have any unexpected costs.

We can run your payroll weekly, fortnightly or monthly to suit your needs and deal with all the queries from your employees or HMRC.

Our services

  • Processing payroll in line with your requirements and Real Time Information (RTI) reporting
  • Setting up and maintaining new PAYE schemes
  • Delivering payslips online or as hard copy
  • Making payments via BACS
  • Filing Employer Annual Returns
  • Producing P60/P45 statements
  • Calculating salary sacrifice, pension contributions, student loan deductions, bonuses and administering all statutory payments
  • Operating payroll schemes for expatriate employees
  • Advising on payroll and employment tax
  • Dealing with enquiries from employees and HMRC

Informal request to payroll benefits no longer accepted by HMRC from April 2021

Payrolling benefits is the process that allows an employee to pay tax on a month by month basis, through the salary they earn, in the tax year that they received the benefit. Employers who are intending to payroll benefits and expenses must register their intention to do so with HMRC using the payrolling employees taxable benefits […]

COVID-19 and working from home when your ‘home’ is outside the UK

For those who: work in the UK for a UK employer; have been working from home (perhaps since March); or who have left the UK for their second jurisdiction to work for an extended period, it’s important to look carefully at their UK tax position versus the second jurisdiction’s tax position to ensure they are […]

The personal service, outstanding competency across the team and great understanding of our goals are a huge support and ultimately mean that I can spend all of my energy on developing the business rather than administrating it.

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Case studies

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Auditing an AIM Listed international technology Company

Kromek PLC are an AIM-listed technology Group based in Sedgefield, County Durham with offices overseas in Pittsburgh, USA. Haysmacintyre were appointed as auditors of Kromek PLC in 2020 and since then have delivered a hybrid audit, comprising both time spent on site in both Sedgefield and Pittsburgh as well as certain procedures being performed remotely.

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Reporting Accountant services for an Initial Public Offering (IPO) on LSE AIM

Our client, Tan Delta Systems provides equipment monitoring systems and monitoring services to a range of companies that use machinery to improve the reliability of their equipment, enabling a material reduction in their maintenance cost and reducing their carbon footprint.

haysmacintyre supported the IPO through the provision of Reporting Accountant services to meet the LSE’s listing regulation requirements.

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Valuation services for a company looking to perform a share buyback of one individuals’ shareholding

Our client is a London-based app developer that creates apps for Apple and Android platforms.

haysmacintyre prepared a memorandum that set out a range of company valuations, along with advice surrounding the tax implications of a 24% shareholding being bought back by the company.

We estimated that the minority 24% shareholding being bought-back held an estimated value ranging from £9m to £11m.

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Awards and Accreditations

Accounting Excellence Large Firm of the Year 2023
eprivateclient top accountancy firm 2023

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