BACS Accreditation provides missing link in our Payroll service

Posted on 26th September 2016 by Streets

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Perhaps then it is no surprise that we have seen a significant growth in the work of our payroll bureau service in recent years. In the past we have not been able to offer our payroll clients a complete service; that is until now.

We are pleased to announce that we can now, with your authority and bank approval, provide BACs (Bank Automated Clearance) for your payroll payments.

This provision comes as our payroll teams have achieved BACS accreditation and we can now offer this additional service as part of our payroll packages. In a world where there are more demands than ever on your time, the need to have your most valuable asset, your staff, paid on time is vital.

We can now include this final part of the whole payroll process within our service. All payments relating to payroll including paying HMRC and attachment of earnings orders can be included and made at a time approved by you.

If you are interested in adding this facility to your current payroll service or wish to look at outsourcing your payroll in its entirety please email    

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