Payroll Services

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Our Payroll Services

Payroll is a complex, time-consuming part of your business. Why not use CJ Bookkeeping’s expertise to manage your business’s Payroll.

We offer the following services:

  • Payroll compliance (Tax and National Insurance)
  • Pension assessment
  • Digital staff rotas
  • Holiday management
  • Expenses claims
  • Sickness absence pay
  • Maternity/Paternity pay

Payroll errors, such as late or incorrect paychecks, are a sensitive topic that can cause tension between employees and their employer. Use our Payroll services to take the pain away.

CJ Bookkeeping offer professional and flexible payroll services, administration and management service nationwide, using our own HMRC compliant software. We keep on top of changes within the PAYE system so you don’t have to, and of course, we offer a completely confidential and secure service. We produce payslips for employees and a full breakdown of monies due to HMRC for employers, along with deadlines for payments due.

Payroll needn’t be the major time-consuming task on your to-do list, trust CJ Bookkeeping to release your time and bring your business into focus.

As a business that has had to adapt to 2020 and all its changes it has been so reassuring to have CJ Bookkeeping looking after my payroll. 

The year has brought many challenges that could have been a real problem when looking after my staff, but I have not had to worry at all. Every change from the Government has been dealt with by you and your team in a truly clear and professional manner that has allowed me to keep focused on doing my job.  I receive regular updates on how the changes may impact my decisions and when needed you have taken the time to explain things on the phone to me.  

CJ Bookkeeping also use a great online portal where I have been able to go on, digitally sign the required paperwork and download our payslips, check my NI and pension numbers, it’s so easy. 

Clare offers a clear, professional, and easy to use service and I would highly recommend her company to any of my clients.

Marc Kavanagh

MK Mortgages

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Frequently Asked Questions

How do I calculate holiday for zero-contract employees?

Like most workers, zero-hours contract employees are legally entitled to 5.6 weeks of paid holiday a year. This is equivalent to 12.07% of the total number of hours worked in a year. The 12.07% figure is calculated by taking 5.6 weeks’ holiday and dividing it by 46.4 weeks (which is 52 weeks less 5.6 weeks). To calculate you would use the employees worked hours and multiply by 12.07%.

How do I keep track of employees holiday

We suggest using software that manages your holiday management system. That way, employees can request leave via the software and you as Employer will receive notification of holiday requests and can authorise no matter where you are. This is especially useful for multi-site businesses. Let us know if you would like further information on this platform and setup.

When do I need to enrol employees into workplace pension?

Employers must automatically enrol employees into a pension scheme and make contributions to their pension if all the following apply:

  • you’re classed as a ‘worker’
  • you’re aged between 22 and State Pension age
  • you earn at least £10,000 per year

How do I setup a workplace pension

Employers must first work out when their auto-enrolment duties start. You can use this on the Pension Regulator site:, or alternatively, we can handle this for you.

The setup is then a 4-step process:

  • Choose a pension scheme provider
  • Work out which employers need to be put into a pension (you should do this on your duties start date)
  • Write to your staff to inform them whether they are eligible or not and what they need to do.
  • Declare your Compliance to the Pension Regulator.

Of course, CJ Bookkeeping can handle all of this for you as part of the payroll management service. Contact us if you need any further help or advice.

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