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Is there a quick way to see how much PAYE and ers and ees Ni that is to be paid for a pay period?I think I must be looking at it and not seeing it - it doesn't seem straightforward? Am I daft?
put the pay in gross and then before you hit submit on the rti it will let you look at the deductions confirmation = net pay if no other bits like pensions
It doesn't have a report like the deductions working sheets like from the old ver then??
yes,go into the employerthen into the employeethen into employee paymentsthen into employee pay and deductions summary = P11
soz - not thinking straight - a report like the old P32?
I knew you'd ask that!employercalculate payments due to hmrcclick on month 1 and hit calculate and the same for each monththen go into employer payment summary
Thanks Talk - I wish they'd left it all alone!
do you remember the first version though? Truly dire .... it is actually getting more user friendly all the time
I dont think so - using it for 2 or 3 years mibbe? Are there any other free payroll packages out there - that do payslips? It takes me a bloody age to do a handful of little wages...
yes, go have a natter on the uk business forums I do 6 payrolls but mostly nil tax : I have a spreadsheet that makes payslips
yy - I have a spreadsheet - but they are becoming a pia. One client uses dropbox to store the payslips and the folders have all gotten screwed up!
I couldn't see this month what the Employer NI should be per employee. I got the total but not the breakdown. I'm hoping this will be fixed with a new update for next month.Anyone else had this problem?
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