Information for clients - Christmas Closing
Please see below the dates that we will be closing over the Christmas period:
Our usual opening times of 8.30am until 5pm Monday to Thursday and
8.30am until 4pm Friday will resume on Monday 4th January 2016.
NOTE: Bank accounts can only be credited on working days and not Bank Holidays so please ensure that this is taken into consideration when noting the actual date of payment on your input forms.
As December is always a hectic month we would be grateful if you could ensure that monthly payroll input data is sent to us at least 7 working days before payday or preferably earlier. We would also appreciate weekly input being submitted as early in the day as possible to ensure the speedy return of your payroll. For companies wishing to run multiple weeks, please clearly indicate your requirements on your input. Also, bear in mind the possibility of postal delays that inevitably occur at this time of year and should you require an alternative despatch method, please make a note on your input submission.
It should also be noted that payments for all payrolls that we process automatically will be made on the normal payment dates unless requested otherwise.
If you do have any query regarding December processing, please do let us know.
Finally, we would all like to wish you the compliments of the season and look forward to a successful 2016.
Please see the dates that we we will be closing over the Christmas / New Year period.
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Year End Matters and Main Legislative Changes.
The National Minimum Wage (NMW) applies to nearly all workers and sets hourly rates which pay must not be allowed to fall below.
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A summary of the main legislative changes that take place for 2016/2017.