Welcome to Crystal Payroll Limited

At Crystal Payroll Ltd we have many years experience in payroll, coupled with qualified staff, which means we can offer a professional service at a competitive price.

We all go to work to earn money, (or most of us do) and we recognise and understand this, which is why we do our very best to ensure we get your payroll right first time.

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When you work with Us

At Crystal Payroll, we don't just process your payroll, we work with you to manage your payroll from start to finish.

  • Free up your time - We process your payroll and deal with HMRC for you.
  • Save Money - Be sure you are getting the best value for your money with our flexible options.
  • Gain a personal service - A contact that works with you, not a call center
  • Benefit from complementary services - A range of services to ensure you get the most from your service

Lowest Cost Payroll

We are the UK's lowest cost payroll service, it's all part of what we offer

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Not Just 9-5 Here

We don't just work 9-5 because we know you don't, we are as flexible as you need us.

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Punctuality is our Name

Well it's not, it's Crystal Payroll, which means we pay your staff first time, on time, every time.

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Latest News

Automatic enrolment overview

  The law on workplace pensions has changed. Whether you’re a hairdresser, an architect or you employ a personal care assistant or a nanny, if you employ just one person, then you are an employer and have ‘duties’ under pensions law. Automatic enrolment means that you – along with every other employer across the UK… Read more »

What are the six steps to Auto-Enrolment?

1. Find out your staging date The date you need to comply with your automatic enrolment duties is called your ‘staging date’. The Pensions Regulator will write to you telling you what your staging date is. Or you can find out yourself on their website – all you need is your company’s PAYE reference. Find… Read more »

Payroll: Year End Reporting Tasks

1. Overview   As an employer running payroll, you need to: report to HM Revenue and Customs (HMRC) on the previous tax year (which ends on 5 April) and give your employees a P60 prepare for the new tax year, which starts on 6 April What you need to do When Send your final payroll… Read more »

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