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morphman
20th August 2004, 18:04
Does anyone currently file PAYE returns online, and if so, can anyone reccomend a cheap software solution, that will cover everything and also submit the PAYE return for me?

So far, I have looked at CalcPay and Sage Instant Payroll.

I am a novice, so ease of use, and good help guides will be neccessary.

4Contractors
20th August 2004, 18:31
We couldn't find a cheap software solution for an individual to fill out PAYE returns online, so look forward to someone finding something we missed.

The Inland Revenue are offering a large financial incentive for these online returns - £825 over 5 years - £250, £250, £150, £100, and £75.

Our accountant uses sage and we will benefit from the online return financial incentive next year at the first opportunity.

Are you doing your own accounts. If not then I suspect your accountant will be handling this for you.

Rob

morphman
20th August 2004, 20:14
I am using SJD, but I am told PAYE returns are to be done by myself.

CalcPay and Sage Instant Payroll can be both purchased for around £100 and both have integrated online PAYE filing.

Im waiting for my accountant to return from his hols so I can have a chat to him about it, but as I got my New Employers Pack today, I heard about the incentives for online filing, and wanted a piece of it.

Bradley
20th August 2004, 20:42
For what it's worth, a list of Revenue accredited software is here www.inlandrevenue.gov.uk/ebu/acclist.htm (http://www.inlandrevenue.gov.uk/ebu/acclist.htm)

4Contractors
20th August 2004, 23:49
CalcPay and Sage Instant Payroll can be both purchased for around £100 and both have integrated online PAYE filing.

I am surprised that the software for online filing is that cheap. If you only have to pay £100 go for it.

I am even more surprised that SJD don't do your PAYE. As far as I knew their service was comprehensive.

I'm obviously losing touch :(

xoggoth
21st August 2004, 16:37
£100 is cheap? Why pay anything?? What's wrong with the IR's own software for submission? It's free, just click on the correct link. Apart from the odd minor gripe (I would find something wrong with it on principal) it works perfectly well.

I assume you want something to do all the calcs as well plus keep all those daft records one is supposed to keep, amount above LEL etc bollox. Armed with the IR's own payroll stuff any decent programmer should be able to knock that up and the IR's CD even includes a calculator you can check your sums with. With commercial packages you are paying for vast amounts of guff, multiple employees, emergency tax codes, tax credits, student loan repayments etc etc you will never need.

A Cheapskate.

Simon SJDaccountancy
21st August 2004, 18:30
Hi Morphman,

We do all your returns for you - PAYE included, and we will be doing the on line returns too.

Any queries, mail me direct if you want

simon@sjdaccountancy.com

xoggoth
23rd August 2004, 16:56
Special reductions for toupee wearers!

fiddleabout
24th August 2004, 12:07
Given
> I am using SJD, but I am told PAYE returns are to be done by myself.

and Simon's reply I'm wondering which PAYE you mean - the company filing (which Rhino/************ was referring to) or your personal PAYE return.

Our (************) accountant doesn't include personal PAYE returns in the £50 per month fee but will do them (for anybody) for a fixed fee (detailed on our site). I'll be doing my own though.

planetit
24th August 2004, 12:44
SJD include both types in their fee.

antagoneyes
24th August 2004, 12:59
SJD include both types in their fee.


...........you didn't complete it Planetit..................which is £75 + VAT per month, if I remember correctly :)

planetit
24th August 2004, 13:16
That may be what you pay. But it certainly isn't what I pay ;)

antagoneyes
24th August 2004, 14:09
That's the going rate plane tit, unless of course you own the company :)

fiddleabout
24th August 2004, 14:34
> That may be what you pay. But it certainly isn't what I pay

Quite right - as usual that @#%$ antagonise is behind the times - it's gone up (yet again) to £80 + VAT per month :)

planetit
24th August 2004, 14:38
No. Guess again.

antagoneyes
24th August 2004, 14:41
What's your problem Fiddle, you old git, if you read my posts I'm actually fighting your corner :(


No. Guess again.

No you tell us, you irritating arse.

fiddleabout
24th August 2004, 14:45
> What's your problem Fiddle, you old git, if you read my posts I'm actually fighting your corner

I don't need any help - just check out the figures and service level provided - or maybe you already have - in which case thanks.