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Introduction to Payroll Umbrella Services

Payroll Umbrella Services can help businesses ensure that employees are paid correctly and on time, manage deductions and contributions, and ensure that HMRC requirements are met.

Also help businesses manage their national insurance, pension contributions, and tax compliance.

Furthermore, our payroll services can be tailored to meet the individual needs of businesses, including payroll outsourcing, software solutions, and consultancy services.

These services include payroll processing, payroll tax filing, direct deposit, and other payroll-related tasks.

The services are available on a pay-as-you-go basis, or as part of a subscription package

We can also provide other services such as accounting and tax filing services, HR services, and employee benefit administration and Umbrella services.


Benefits Of Using A Payroll Service For Your Company

Save Time

Saves you a significant amount of time that would be spent on payroll processing, calculating taxes and filing taxes.


We are experts in our field and can provide the most up to date information regarding payroll laws and regulations.


Payroll Umbrella services can help ensure that your business is meeting all applicable payroll laws and regulations.

Cost Savings

Using a payroll umbrella service can help reduce the overall costs associated with payroll processing and tax filing.


Payroll services can help ensure the security of your payroll data and financial information.


Access to the latest payroll software and solutions, as well as offer support and guidance.

Introduction to Umbrella Services

An umbrella company is a payroll intermediary that employs temporary workers to assist them in getting paid. Umbrella companies process payroll using HMRC’s tax system called ‘Pay as you Earn’ (PAYE). This means the umbrella will receive their employee’s gross pay from the end-client or recruitment agency and then makes the appropriate deductions.

The temporary worker will then receive their net pay from the umbrella company, with all deductions (apart from the umbrella company’s margin) being sent to HMRC.

When a temporary worker joins an umbrella company, they become an umbrella company employee – making the umbrella company the employer. This means that the temporary worker has access to Employee Benefits, including Statutory Sick Pay and Maternity/Paternity Pay.

Umbrella companies have recently grown in demand because of changes to IR35 legislation.

As a result, many are deciding to use umbrella companies for their payroll – because they’re generally regarded as the easiest way to get paid when working on short-term assignments.

Introduction to Umbrella services

Benefits Of Using A Umbrella Service For Your Company

Simplified Administration

Umbrella company will take care of all the payroll processing and HMRC paperwork

Reduced Tax Liability

Contractors are able to reduce their tax liability and maximize their take home pay

Financial Security

Contractors are paid through a PAYE scheme. This provides contractors with the financial security.

Access to Benefits

Contractors are also able to access certain benefits such as holiday pay, sick pay and even a pension.


Customised solutions to meet your unique needs, as well as flexible payment options and reporting formats.

Free Up Resources

Outsourcing payroll can free up resources within the company to focus on more important tasks.

Introduction to Construction Industry Scheme - CIS

The Construction Industry Scheme, or CIS, is a set of UK government regulations relating to how contractors deduct funds from a subcontractor’s payments for taxes and contributions to national insurance by contacting HM Revenue and Customs.

It is not a simple matter handling and administering this aspect of your business finances. A number of self-employed business owners and limited companies look for assistance from a CIS umbrella agency such as ours.

As a contractor, you should regularly report and pass payments to HM Revenue and Customs (HMRC). If you have been processing these yourself, you might get confused by the complexities. However, you do not have to do this yourself. 

We are a team of financial specialists with extensive expertise in dealing with CIS requests. We are here to help you simplify your work.


FAQ's On Outsourcing PAYE

Outsourcing PAYE is when a business uses an external provider to handle the administration and payments of its payroll. This includes processing employee salaries and wages, tax deductions, and any other associated activities related to payroll.

Outsourcing PAYE can help to reduce costs and free up management time, while continuously providing accurate and timely payments to employees. It also allows businesses to take advantage of the expertise and experience of the external provider, meaning they can be sure that all relevant regulations are being followed.

When choosing a PAYE outsourcing provider, you should consider their reputation, experience, and services provided. You should also look for a provider who is able to offer a tailored solution to meet your business’s specific needs. Additionally, you should check that the provider is registered with HMRC and is able to keep up with any changes in legislation.

FAQ's UK Payroll Services

UK Payroll is the process of calculating and paying wages and taxes for an organisation’s employees in the UK. This includes the calculation of statutory deductions and contributions such as employee’s National Insurance and PAYE tax, as well as other deductions such as pension payments.

Most organisations in the UK rely on a third-party provider to manage their payroll. This can be an accounting firm, a payroll bureau, or an outsourced payroll provider. The provider is usually responsible for processing wages, calculating and paying taxes, and providing other related services such as issuing P60s.


FAQ's On UK Umbrella Services

An umbrella service is a type of employment contract in the United Kingdom that allows a person to work through a limited company while receiving the benefits of being an employee.

This type of arrangement is often used by freelancers and contractors, who can enjoy the flexibility of self-employment while still being able to access the same benefits as permanent employees, such as sick pay, holiday pay, pension schemes and protection from unfair dismissal.

Anyone who is working in the UK as a contractor or freelancer can use an umbrella service. This includes people working in the service sector, IT, construction and engineering, health care, and other professional services.

No. An umbrella service is a type of employment contract in the UK, while an employment agency is a business that acts as an intermediary between employers and jobseekers.

No. An umbrella service is a type of employment contract, while a limited company is a legal entity that provides a business structure. A person using an umbrella service will be employed by the umbrella company, which is a limited company.

Yes. Most umbrella services require you to register before you can start using their services. Registration usually involves providing personal and financial information, and you may also need to provide proof of identity.

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