Most businesses in the UK you will need to start making RTI returns from April 2013 but if you take a step back, all RTI is really about is sending information to HMRC more regularly.
The live Q&A has now finished. If you missed it we’ve got plenty of other information available to help you get RTI ready.
We’re RTI ready and we’ll make sure you are too. So, whether you’re a Sage customer, or not, check out our RTI pages to help you prepare.
HMRC will be sending out letters with important information about the changes to their online service and what steps you will need to take to submit PAYE in real time after payroll year end.
The clock is ticking to be RTI ready and HMRC have kindly reminded all of us with a countdown clock and released a statement urging employers to get ready for the changes ahead.
It is estimated that over 700,000 small businesses in the UK currently outsource their payroll but how much time does it really take to process your payroll and is this the best use of your money?
Our work on the Real Time Information (RTI) pilot has identified three key areas likely to cause problems and risk a fine if they cause delays.
If you’ve got the new Sage 50 Payroll RTI Edition what’s stopping you getting started with it? It certainly shouldn’t be the fear of RTI.
One thing we’ve learned is that getting a head start with RTI is helping our customers feel well prepared and confident about April 2013 when RTI becomes mandatory. So, how can you get involved?
It is not often that you get to use the words PAYE and exciting in the same sentence but as I go around the country talking to customers new and old I’m doing it more and more.