Lydian Ledgers is a forward thinking payroll bureau with a clear vision – To solve the multiple and varied challenges of employing and paying staff, provide an efficient, professional and valuable payroll service to employers and an easy to use, full featured platform for their employees. This is payroll, done properly!
Any payroll service provider should have the basics covered and if you’ve made it here, you’ve probably already established a need to outsource your payroll. Below you’ll find some of the features that make Lydian Ledgers the best choice for the task.
Transform your onboarding process, eliminating errors, missing information and ping-pong emails. Say goodbye to HMRC’s P46, paper forms and illegible handwriting!
If you have more than a handful of staff, paying them manually can become a time consuming, stressful and error prone task.
Lydian Ledgers can take the pressure off at month end whilst leaving you with ultimate control and flexibility.
Auto enrolment duties are nothing new now and have become an integral part of the payroll process.
Lydian Ledgers covers all aspects of auto enrolment including setting up your pension scheme, assessing and enrolling employees, statutory letters, declaration and re-declaration of compliance to the pensions regulator and ongoing duties in assessments, enrolments, submissions and payments.
NEST offer a great service and have been seeing good returns, they don’t charge employers, have a slick user interface and good support services. For most employers they are the natural and my preferred auto enrolment provider. However, I’m always happy to discuss other options or accommodate existing schemes and have extensive experience with NOW Pensions, Smart Pensions, The People’s Pension, Aviva, Standard Life and Scottish Widows.
If you’re engaging subcontractors you now have reporting duties similar to those of employing staff.
Lydian Ledgers has this covered and will verify your subcontractors’ tax status, calculate their payments accordingly, submit the CIS 300 to HMRC and provide your subbies with a Payment & Deduction Statement for each pay period as well as a year end statement for self assessment purposes.
If you’re a limited company subcontractor, I’ll also file an EPS (Employer Payment Summary) to claim back CIS deductions suffered on a monthly basis.
You will get a P30 each month showing your liabilities or credits with HMRC and if you also have employees, your P30 will include all PAYE and CIS liabilities in one place so you can see your position at a glance.