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December 14, 2005



Yep - I know what you mean Nichola - I ran one for nearly 200 people - it took 2 days. So maybe it isn't so bad but it just seems a lot for those that are earning say...£20K and are having to find childcare?


I think the service works very well, I mean is £250 expensive for running a payroll? Have you run a payroll lately? Frankly, it is a total pain. I have had the joy of running a weekly one for 10 years, bad news every step of the way.

Do the clients get the benefit of the PAYE online credit though? If so then, it seems like a fab idea for at least the four years during which HMRC are giving this lnline filing incentive.

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