For many employers, understanding and complying with payroll obligations can be a real challenge. That’s why it is vital to have the right support in place from payroll accountants like Robert
Lewis. This will ensure you keep up-to-date with the latest rules laid down by HMRC and avoid
incurring penalties for non-compliance.

Payroll management can often be a complicated area that requires up-to-date knowledge and expertise to maintain control. At Robert Lewis, we can take care of all the payroll processing services on your behalf, leaving you free to focus on running the other key areas of your business.


We offer a comprehensive suite of payroll management services to our clients that includes:


  • Calculating employees net pay, issuing pay slips and reporting figures to HMRC;
  • Calculating Tax and National Insurance deductions
  • Statutory sick pay, statutory maternity pay, statutory paternity pay, holiday pay etc
  • Setting up an Employers Scheme with HMRC on your behalf
  • Offering advice and guidance on employees payroll status including handling relevant forms
  • Processing benefits and expenses forms
  • P11D and Benefits In Kind
  • Preparing year end returns and issuing P60s for employees at the year end
  • Auto enrolment and Work Place Pensions

Contact Us

For further information on Payroll, please contact our team on:

01268 271 234

My accounts were ready within a few weeks of the end of the year as opposed to a week before the
deadline with the previous company. On my first set of accounts you have already been able to save me tax owed.

Paul Edwards

Datastore Computing Ltd

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