Dealing with your payroll can be a tricky, time-consuming task. Using software can help you automate the process, saving you both time and money.
For many businesses leading up to Christmas, there are important payroll related tasks that need to happen, despite the slowdown in activities and more relaxed festive environment. If the only certainties in life are death and taxes then surely for the person running the company payroll the other certainty is that the period from December […]
Did you know that as an employer in Ireland, it is your responsibility to implement the latest budget and Revenue Legislation changes in your company? With the wide array of Revenue Budget changes coming into effect from July 2013, Sage has created a half day training course covering the areas vital for any employer in Ireland.
When choosing a payroll software there are a number of things to bear in mind to ensure that you find the right solution for your needs. Many of these will be standard considerations but there will be some that are unique to your business needs and the industry in which you operate.
All Sage Payroll packages including Sage Micropay, sage Quickpay and Sage One Payroll will be updated to enable payroll administrators to automatically deduct the necessary payment.
Sage has been working hard behind the scenes to ensure that this PYE is the best yet and to make sure that the whole process is as good as we can possibly make it for our customers.
By Sarah-Jane Maguire, Business Advice Consultant at Sage As a member of the Sage Business Advice Team, I consult with customers regularly in order to recommend a solution that suits their needs. When discussing payroll options, customers will often query the difference between our Micropay Lite and Micropay Professional payroll products. There are several difference […]
By Sarah-Jane Maguire, Business Advice Consultant at Sage If you have ever tried to calculate your payslip manually then you will realise just how much works goes into it. When it comes to calculating PAYE, PRSI and USC it is difficult enough taking into account standard cut off points, tax credits not to mention […]
To get a head start on the Payroll Year End 2011, we have provided information relating to the checks that need to be done on your payroll before processing your end of year (EOY) returns to Revenue. Please be aware we have provided a preparation checklist to ensure your payroll product is ready. Among the […]