Lee Muter
Employment Taxes Partner

t: +44 (0)191 243 6089
e: leemuter@unw.co.uk
Stuart Hogg
Employment Tax and Payroll Manager

t: +44 (0)191 243 6255
e: stuarthogg@unw.co.uk
MEET THE TEAM

Payroll

With the complexities surrounding payroll, more and more employers are now choosing to outsource their payroll function as they do not have the specialist staff or knowledge in-house to easily comply with all payroll regulations. With the introduction of auto enrolment, the Government has put an additional burden on employers to implement workplace pensions.

The payroll team at UNW has vast experience in dealing with all aspects of payroll processing. We offer a fully outsourced, confidential and personal payroll service for over 100 satisfied clients.

Our wide range of payroll services include processing payments, statutory calculations and summaries, to security payslips, HMRC submissions and payment of salaries via our BACS approved bureau. Calculations on any PAYE/NI that may be due are also provided, as well as year-end submissions.

We also offer a disaster recovery service for clients who need the comfort of knowing that if anything should happen to their in-house payroll function their employees will still be paid on time.

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