• Statutory Paternity Pay in PaySuite

    Your employee might be eligible for paternity leave if their partner or spouse is having a baby. If the...

  • Statutory Maternity Pay in PaySuite

    If your employee is expecting, you have a legal requirement to to pay her Statutory Maternity Pay (SMP) if...

  • Payslips in PaySuite

    A payslip is generated for each employee every time you run payroll. You must give your employees a payslip...

  • Changing payroll frequency for PaySuite for QuickBooks Online

    Once your payroll has been created, it is not possible to change the pay frequency from weekly to monthly,...

  • Enter Year to Date Figures

    If you are adding a new payroll to PaySuite during the tax year (i.e. not in the starting period of the tax...

  • Workplace Pension reports in PaySuite

    Reports are provided to you as a reference and for your records. The workplace pension reports show all the...

  • Statutory Sick Pay in PaySuite

    Statutory Sick Pay (SSP) is paid to employees who are unable to work because of illness. This is the legal...

  • P32 report in PaySuite for QuickBooks Online

    The P32 report is a record of all payments due to HMRC processed in respect of all employees on the payroll...

  • View reports in PaySuite

    Sign in to QuickBooks Online. Select Employees Select Reports. Select any of the available reports to view:...

  • Submitting an EPS to HMRC in PaySuite

    Unlike FPS filings, an EPS (Employer Payment Submission) filing is created for specific reasons and might...

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