Are you looking for a fully managed payroll service?
Ellacotts Payroll Services can manage all of your payroll requirements, relieving you of the administrative burdens and complexities of remaining up to date with legislative changes.
Staying compliant and paying your employees on time is not your only requirement. Our fully qualified payroll team will assist you with your employment taxes and benefits from start to finish.
Services we provide
Produce management accounts
Meet the team
Beyond standard payroll and tax calculations, we can:
I have been outsourcing my payroll to Ellacotts since 2011. We have a set timescale to relay details, which I am able to change when required. They have been flexible by accommodating me with my seasonal workers. My completed payroll is retuned within 24 hours of me sending in all the details. I have a main payroll contact however the rest of the team are always there to cover absences.
Castor Business Consulting Limited
Ellacotts have been our accountants for over 14 years now and during that time we have used their Payroll Services for all our payroll needs. They are always approachable to help with any enquiries I might have and they were especially helpful with the setup of the Workplace pensions two years ago. I would have no hesitations in recommending Ellacotts Payroll Bureau for all payroll requirements.
Jackie Robertson, Company Director,
Ellacotts approaches payroll with the clarity and confidence which ensures that everyone can concentrate on the most effective way to achieve their onjectives. By engaging with Ellacotts we completed our project on time and I would recommend their services to other people. With them involved, I did not have to be involved.
Patrick McNeill, CFO,
Smurfit Kappa Europe
Ellacotts have been running my payroll since 2013. There have been many changes in payroll during this period and have always dealt with these changes promptly and efficiently. The fully qualified team ensure my payroll is compliant with their ever-changing regulations, leaving me to focus on my business.
Steve Johnson, CFO/COO, Collision Management Systems Limited
The rules for taxing dividends changed radically from 6 April 2016, for some taxpayers this means more tax to pay on dividends on 31 January each year. Have you got any tax to pay on your dividends?
Sajid Javid has commissioned a review of the Loan Charge to consider whether the policy is an appropriate way of dealing with disguised remuneration loan schemes.
What if your new employee doesn’t have a National Insurance number yet and how can they find it if they’ve forgotten it?