Introduction

There are many issues to consider when completing the payroll and we find that businesses think they get it right, but more often than not they do not. We have found over the years that it is not always what is paid through the payroll that is wrong, it is what is paid that doesn’t go through the payroll that matters! H M Revenue and Customs take a hard line on these payments and they can result in the employer paying extra PAYE and national insurance in addition to what has been paid already.


Specialist Payroll Department

The dedicated payroll department at MNA will supply you with a fast, efficient and accurate payroll service, tailored to suit your needs. In addition, you will have access to the department’s knowledge and expertise, providing you with support and advice on all your payroll enquiries.

You can be assured of our excellent standards of confidentiality, professionalism and security at all times, our payroll software is RTI compliant and HM Revenue & Customs approved, we are regulated by the Chartered Institute of Taxation. We aim to reduce your administration costs and paperwork, ensure that all legislative requirements are met, and allow you more time to concentrate on the key areas of your business.

Payroll Service

Details of what is included in our all-inclusive fixed fee payroll service are detailed in the Payroll – Service Fact Sheet, there are no other costs including no set up fees. The fees are fully inclusive – please refer to the detailed list on the Fact Sheet for everything that is included.


Additional Support Services

As well as payroll, we also offer support services to compliment your payroll function, these include:-

  • Forms P11D
  • CSA Deductions
  • CIS Returns
  • PAYE and/or P11D Health Checks
  • Sending payslips directly to your employee
  • Arrange employee payment via BACS

  • Amending previous year payrolls due to errors

  • Payrolling of benefits in kind

  • Pension Auto-enrolment administration.

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