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Updated for Sage 50 Payroll for the 2016/17 payroll year, this definitive guide for this popular UK payroll software clarifies everything from creating basic employee records, government legislation settings and paying your employees to utilising Sage Payroll as an information-bank for recording deductions, absences, and holidays.
Areas covered include:
getting started quickly using set-up wizards configuring company settings keeping up-to-date and compliant with the latest payroll and pension legislation payroll security to control access managing your employees processing and producing payslips NIC, car fuel, loans and other deductions holidays, SMP, SSP and different absence types running Year End procedures making online HMRC submissions generating invaluable management reports working with payroll for small businesses using Cloud-based Sage One Payroll
Sage 50 Payroll 2016 in easy steps is ideal for anyone needing to quickly grasp the essentials of running a Sage 50 payroll system, whether for the first time or needing to learn the new key features.
Bill Mantovani has a long association with Sage Payroll and Accounts and is a successful author on Sage software. He has specialized in IT for almost half a century and is consequently well versed in computerized business activities, recent online trends and Cloud working. Currently a respected college lecturer to Higher Education level, Bill has also been a company director, providing Sage Accounts and Payroll solutions and training to many SME businesses in the North of England, UK. He has also penned a number of academic titles for students studying in the electrical and electronic engineering field.