Exclusive Sheffield Chamber of Commerce members discount!

30th January 2012

All inclusive Payroll service from Hart Shaw with a 10% discount for new sign ups before April 2012.

With the end of the tax year fast approaching, now is the time to consider whether outsourcing your payroll is more cost effective for your business, particularly in light of the recent HMRC legislation changes which means all PAYE forms must now be filed on-line. All businesses must now file in-year PAYE forms online or face complex penalties. Penalties range from £100 up to a maximum of £3,000. Hart Shaw's payroll service includes all online submissions to HMRC so why not let us take away all the hassle of filing these forms by outsourcing your Payroll to us? Flexibility makes us different Our tailored service suits your needs and the way you work We don't charge for simple amendments All payroll documents filed securely online We can look after 1 employee to 500+ We offer unlimited FREE telephone support We give fast, confidential & expert advice We ensure your staff receive their pay on time We have expert staff who deal exclusively with Payroll P60 & Year End routine completed Our price is based on your individual circumstances with no hidden costs, so the price you agree is the price you pay. If you would like a free quotation, or to simply have a chat about your requirements with us in more detail, please contact our Payroll Supervisor, Christine Maguire, on T: 0114 251 8850 or email: christine.maguire@hartshaw.co.uk and quote '10% Chamber discount' Alternatively please visit http://www.hartshaw.co.uk/payroll-quotation.htm and fill in our online quotation request form, quoting '10% Chamber discount' in the additional information field.

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