Services

Payroll

Bury Business Support offers a highly professional and successful payroll service to businesses who range from sole traders to limited companies located throughout the UK.

Our experienced staff can take away the burden of running the payroll.

We can.....

  • Process the payroll at whatever frequency you require - monthly, four weekly, fortnightly or weekly.
  • Provide a cost effective and very efficient service.
  • Ensure salary confidentiality.
  • Provide clear computerised payroll reports with security payslips.
  • Administer deductions from your employees including pensions, student loans and attachment of earnings orders.
  • Deal with tax incentives due to your employees (including childcare vouchers and cycle to work schemes).
  • Pay your employees wages directly to them via our BACS commercial bureau.
  • Pay H M Revenue & Customs and other authorities via our BACS commercial bureau.
  • Assist with technical queries on the payroll figures raised by your staff.
  • Remove the burden of finding holiday and sickness cover if your payroll function is currently performed in-house.
  • Accept payroll clients at any point in the tax year.

Bookkeeping & Management Accounts

Bookkeeping and management accounts work is something which most businesses need some help with either on a regular basis or from time to time. We can offer our support from putting together a small annual set of records to managing the day to day accounts office function, including completion of quarterly VAT returns. We are also experienced in the Construction Industry Scheme and can deal with the completion of the monthly returns.

Sage Training

Bury Business Support is a member of the Sage Accountants Club. As approved resellers of Sage software, we can procure, install and train you and your staff to use the software to maximise its potential for your business.

04 Oct 2018

UK Budget date announced

The Chancellor of the Exchequer, Philip Hammond, has announced that the Budget will take place on Monday 29 October.

04 Oct 2018

Self-employed Class 2 National Insurance will not be scrapped

The government has decided not to proceed with plans to abolish Class 2 National Insurance Contributions (NICs) from April 2019.

Sage Accredited Accountant Partners BACS Approved Bureau