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Get your business ready for the biggest change to PAYE for 60 years

Posted in: Employing people, Real Time Information (RTI)
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You may have heard on the news today that the Federation of Small Businesses have reported that a quarter of firms are unaware of the biggest change to PAYE for 60 years.

What is this change and what do you need to know?

It’s called RTI or Real Time Information and it means that you’ll need to send data about PAYE, NIC and student loans to HMRC every time you pay your employees.

Getting ready for RTI

We’ve been working hard to make sure that not only is our software ready, but our customers are ready for this change too.

If you want to get your business ready for RTI then we’re running a series of seminars, online training and onsite support.

More information:

Getting ready for RTI with Sage

Download our free guide to RTI

 Catherine Sheldon, Social Media Team



Posted in: Employing people, Real Time Information (RTI)
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