Sage 50 Payroll

Reduce the stress when the pressure is on with Sage 50 Payroll. You can rest assured you're in complete control of your payroll with all of the information and tools you needs at your fingertips.

  • Sage 50 Payroll

  • Take care of your payroll processes and stay in complete control – whatever legislation demands.

    Sage 50 Payroll is simple and straightforward software that provides users with the freedom to assess, manage and automate their whole payroll process.

    HMRC-recognised and up to date with the latest legislation, Sage 50 Payroll takes off the pressure when it comes to RTI and Auto Enrolment, allowing you to concentrate on what matters most – your business.

    Save valuable time with automated processes and a flexible format allowing you to configure the software for your needs.


    Did you know?

    Recent ruling from the Employment Appeal Tribunal (EAT) means that employers need to consider overtime when calculating holiday pay.

    Sage 50 Payroll is fully compliant with the latest legislation and makes this process easy to manage.

    Find out more about how Sage 50 Payroll can help you handle these calculations

  • With Sage 50 Payroll you can:
    • Comply with the Latest Legislation
    • Automate your Payroll Processes
    • Securely Manage Employee Data
    • View Customisable Reports on Payroll Data
    • Rely on Expert Support by Phone or Email
    • Manage Unlimited Employees (Optional Extra)
    • Add Multiple Users & Companies (Optional Extra)

    Buy now from £20 + VAT per month

  • Enhance your software

    There's also the option to add on the Pensions Module, our bespoke module designed to take care of your pension processes. For NHS Tiered Pensions we've now got a specific module to ease the pain of complex legislation and turn time consuming admin processes into no more than a few clicks.

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Got questions?


Do I need Sage 50 Accounts to be able to run Sage 50 Payroll?

A No. You can run Sage 50 Payroll without having Sage 50 Accounts but there are benefits to having both.

Last updated: 01/04/2015