To start simply choose the documents you need. This will cover payslips with P60 details below.
Once selected you can change document style if you wish, then choose the quantity of payslips needed. This is currently limited to 13 maximum, if you need more place multiple orders.
Choose shipping options. We always email PDF copies but you can also receive printed stationery by UK or International post.
If you would like a free sample prior to purchase select the option and you'll skip payment. The PDF files show a watermark which can be removed simply by clicking a payment link in the email, and they are then re-issued.
Promotional voucher codes can be entered and (if valid) the order total will adjust correctly. Email only orders automatically receive a 50% discount.
Enter the company name. Address is optional (space is limited on some payslip styles so may appear shortened).
Then enter employee details. If you do not see the address fields it's because the payslip style chosen does not have space for the home address. If required go back and change styles.
Enter the national insurance number and check the box if the employee is over 65 then NI deductions will not be made.
Work ID is optional as many companies do not use this, but it may be called payroll number, employee ID or something else. However the space allocated on most payslips is small so keep it to less than 10 digits.
If you have been issued a special tax code it can be entered next. If paying standard taxes it can be left empty and we will use the correct code for the pay year based on your payslip dates. If not 100% sure it is better to leave empty.
If you live in Scotland there are different pay calculations so select the region and we will use the correct pay tables.
Choose the pay method; Bank, BACS, Cheque or Cash.
If you received a fixed salary per year enter the amount and select how often you receive your pay.
Choose pay period from weekly, two week, four week or monthly pay. Note that four week pay and monthly pay calculate very differently as there are 13 four week periods per year and only 12 months. Your allowances will be spread over 12 or 13 periods. If you get paid every 28 days on the same day of the week then select four week.
If you entered annual amount you will see the equivalent period amount calculated but it can be changed for each payslip later.
Indicate if your figures are Gross (before tax) amounts or Net (take home) pay. We can reverse engineer from the amount paid to your bank, if you require this choose net pay. Some options (hours & rate, bonus or commission) require gross figures.
We can include Student Loan, Workplace Pension and Employer NI deductions on your payslips.
If Student Loan deductions are required choose plan 1 or 2 and we will automatically calculate based on salary, however you can choose 'custom' and provide the amount in the date section.
Select pension options and we will calculate (EE/ER), or you can supply custom amounts for each date.
If required we can include employers national insurance contribution. We can calculate or you can provide custom figures.
Anything selected as custom will provide a input box in the next section where individual payslips are created for you to enter the details. You can also choose a host of other options to add to your payslip.
You will only see hours & rate, bonus & commission if you are providing (gross) before tax amounts because it is impossible to reverse calculate from a single take home figure and then split to different allocations. If you need these options you must provide gross pay. When selected, you see payment boxes appear next to the payslip date for you to provide details.
Each payslip can be completely different, this is where you adjust the figures. You can also edit the wording if you wanted to change bonus or commission to car allowance or something similar.
If you chose to submit gross pay figures but there's a specific take home amount you need to show there's an option to include the target figure. Any small amendments will be adjusted via the tax deducted.
The payroll year starts on Apr 6th. We will calculate your year to date pay based on your first payslip date back to the start of the year (or first payslip date if new starter). This is perfect if usually paid the same amount. However if paid different amounts you can carry forward pay from your previous payslip and the figures will be added so your YTD figures will continue seamlessly.
If you wish to add to a previous order and followed the link in the despatch email, these amounts will show automatically if you select the tick box.
If work did not start until after April 6th (new pay year), enter the first payslip date then YTD figures will be calculated accordingly.
Finally enter shipping details. PDF documents will be sent to the email address. If you chose printed documents in the shipping options you can enter a delivery address. If this is the same as the employee address just tick the box and all the details will be transferred.
Submit your order and you will reach our payment page if there's anything to pay. PDF copies will then be forwarded by email. If you selected printed stationery they will be processed and posted first class by Royal Mail at 3pm each weekday.
To start simply choose the documents you need. We covered payslips here this will be for a P60 document.
You can then switch between the 4 P60 document styles we provide. The Orange portrait (shown) is recommended if ordering 2016 onward but others are available.
Then choose shipping options. We always email PDF copies but you can also receive printed stationery by UK or International post. Email only (no post) orders automatically receive a 50% discount.
If you would like to see a sample before you purchase tick the box and we forward a copy by email with a payment link to quickly remove the watermark. Any special voucher codes can be entered and discounts will be applied.
Enter the company name & address. If you have the company PAYE Ref enter this.
Then enter employee details. Enter the national insurance number and check the box if the employee is over 65 then deductions will not be made.
Work ID is optional. Many companies do not use this but it may be called payroll number, employee ID or similar.
If you have been issued a special tax code it can be entered. If paying standard taxes it can be left empty and we will use the correct code for the pay year. If not 100% sure it is better to leave empty.
If you live in Scotland there are different pay calculations so select the region and we will use the correct pay tables. Then enter salary details.
The pay year runs from April 6th to April 5th the following year. The P60 is issued shortly after the year end. Choose the pay year you need.
The P60 displays the employee name as separate fields so detail first, middle (optional), and last name.
That's all that is needed to create the P60 document. We can calculate everything from the salary already supplied. However if you choose advanced options you can transfer all data from your e-P60. Anything you enter will override our system calculations so only use this if you know what you are doing.
Then enter the email address to send your PDF copy to and the delivery address if printed copies are required.
Then you will be transferred to our payment processor if there's anything to pay and we'll forward your documents very quickly.