Payroll Services

 

The Book Monitor can process your payroll, whether it is paid on a weekly or monthly basis, and calculate your PAYE, National Insurance and any other liabilities, such as pension payments, childcare vouchers, employee loans, etc.  The Book Monitor will also deal with the Real Time Information (RTI) requirements, which are now obligatory for any company running PAYE.

All payroll year end returns, such as the P35, P14's & P60's and P11d's, are dealt with, along with ad-hoc forms such as P45's and P46's and everything is filed electronically with HMRC.

With the Auto-enrolment pension scheme now coming into place over the next few years, The Book Monitor can also process your pension scheme requirements through payroll.  However we are not able to advise you on pension schemes for your company, so you will need to seek the advice of a registered, financial advisor for this information.  

 

 

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Frequently Asked Questions:

 

Q: When does the tax year run from/to?

 

A: The tax year runs from 6 April to 5 April of the following year.

 

 

Q: What is the personal allowance?

 

A: The personal allowance is the amount of money you are entitled to earn in a tax year before having to pay tax to the government.

 

 

Q: Who sets the rate of the personal allowance?

 

A: The personal allowance amount is set by the government and is reviewed each year.

 

 

Q: What is my tax code used for?

 

A: Your tax code is used by your employer and it tells them what your personal allowance is for the current tax year, enabling them to ensure the correct amount of tax is deducted from your salary.

 

 

Q: How much is the personal allowance for the tax year 2017/2018?

 

A: This year the personal allowance for everyone has been set at £11,500. 

 

 

Q: How much was the personal allowance for the tax year 2016/2017?

 

A: The personal allowance for 2016/2017 was £11,000 for everyone, irrespective of age. 

 

 

Q: How much was the personal allowance for the tax year 2015/2016?

 

A: If you were under 78 years of age the personal allowance for the tax year 2015/2016 was £10,600.  The personal allowance for people who were aged 78 years or older was £10,660.

 

 

Q: How much was the personal allowance for the tax year 2014/2015?

 

A: If you were under 66 years of age the personal allowance for the tax year 2014/2015 was £10,000.  The personal allowance for people who were aged between 66 years and 75 years was £10,500 and for those people aged 76 years or over the personal allowance was £10,660.

 

 

Q: How much was the personal allowance for the tax year 2013/2014?

 

A: If you were under 65 years of age the personal allowance for the tax year 2013/2014 was £9,440.  The personal allowance for people who were aged between 65 years and 74 years was £10,500 and for those people aged 75 years or over the personal allowance was £10,660.

 

 

Q: How much was the personal allowance for the tax year 2012/2013?

 

A: If you were under 65 years of age the personal allowance for the tax year 2012/2013 was £8,105.  The personal allowance for people who were aged between 65 years and 74 years was £10,500 and for those people aged 75 years or over the personal allowance was £10,660.

 

 

Q: How much was the personal allowance for the tax year 2011/2012?

 

A: If you were under 65 years of age the personal allowance for the tax year 2011/2012 was £7,475.  The personal allowance for people who were aged between 65 years and 74 years was £9,940 and for those people aged 75 years or over the personal allowance was £10,090.

 

 

Q: How much was the personal allowance for the tax year 2010/2011?

 

A: If you were under 65 years of age the personal allowance for the tax year 2010/2011 was £6,475.  The personal allowance for people who were aged between 65 years and 74 years was £9,490 and for those people aged 75 years or over the personal allowance was £9,640.

 

 

Q: How much was the personal allowance for the tax year 2009/2010?

 

A: If you were under 65 years of age the personal allowance for the tax year 2009/2010 was £6,475.  The personal allowance for people who were aged between 65 years and 74 years was £9,490 and for those people aged 75 years or over the personal allowance was £9,640.

 

 

Q: How much was the personal allowance for the tax year 2008/2009?

 

A: If you were under 65 years of age the personal allowance for the tax year 2008/2009 was £6,035.  The personal allowance for people who were aged between 65 years and 74 years was £9,030 and for those people aged 75 years or over the personal allowance was £9,180. 

 

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