National Payroll Week 2018

National Payroll Week was established to raise the profile and awareness of payroll in the UK. It helps demonstrate the impact payroll has on the UK economy by contributing towards the £4.46bn collected through income tax and National Insurance.

This year’s National Payroll Week is taking place from the 3-7 September 2018.

It aims to provide payroll professionals with a celebratory week to highlight that they do more than just push a button and that they can benefit organisations through strategic decision making related to overall reward and remuneration.

Payroll is the largest expenditure in most UK organisations and therefore should be managed by qualified professionals. Payroll can save employees money through salary sacrifice and other arrangements which improve employee motivation and morale.

Tracey Simpson, Payroll Services Director at MHA Moore and Smalley said: “Our 21-person strong, dedicated payroll team is making preparations to celebrate all things payroll! There will be fundraising events across all our offices and the team will be uploading informative payroll related blogs and tweeting throughout the week.”

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The theme for this year’s national payroll week is ‘Keeping the UK paid’ and the payroll team at MHA Moore and Smalley is certainly doing their bit!

If you would like to view some of the content created by the MHA Moore and Smalley Payroll team, please see links below.

Everything you need to know about your P60.

Statutory Paternity Leave and Pay

Statutory Maternity Pay (SMP)

Payroll and Auto Enrolment

E-payslips: Online Payroll Services

The Alabaster Rule