Our Payroll Service is an important time saving administration process which every church should consider. Whether you are a small church with just one person on your payroll or a larger church with several pastors and employees, we can tailor our payroll service to suit your individual requirements and provide a well-managed payroll solution.
We provide a unique and comprehensive Payroll Service designed for churches and smaller charities which is aimed at relieving church Treasurers from the administrative burden of operating a PAYE scheme and meeting the new RTI Inland Revenue deadlines introduced from 6th April 2013.
FIEC Payroll Services will satisfy all of your Payroll obligations:
- Register you as an employer with the Inland Revenue
- Process Monthly payroll and send you payslips and summary reports
- Calculate PAYE and NICs liabilities
- Deal with all types of payments and deductions (salaries, pensions, SSP, SMP, SPP, Student loan deductions, etc.)
- Process starters and leavers
- Answer questions from you or your pastor/staff
- Deal with the Tax Office on your behalf
- Complete Employers Annual Return Form P35
- Process monthly RTI online submissions to HMRC
- Complete year end P60s and provide copies for you and your pastor/staff
Our fees for the tax year 2013/14 are:
Set up fee
Monthly processing fee
£15.00 fixed fee (up to 2 employees)
+ £2.50 per employee
Year end work, including online filing
£40.00 fixed fee (1 to 4 employees)
£60.00 fixed fee (5 or more employees)
For further information contact:
FIEC Practical Services is the trading name of The Fellowship of Independent Evangelical Churches Limited (FIEC Ltd.). FIEC Ltd. is a Registered Charity in England and Wales No. 251395, a Company incorporated in England No. 225717, and a Charity Registered in Scotland SC039913.
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