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Payroll Services and Outsourcing

Fast and flexible payroll services for SMEs

Payroll Services and Outsourcing Overview

Employees are often the most valuable resource that a business has, and making sure that all workers – whether full-time, part-time or seasonal – are paid the right amount at the right time can be crucial to the smooth running of the business.

How we can help

Old Mill offers businesses a dedicated payroll bureau. Our team can advise you on all aspects of running a payroll system; alternatively, you can outsource your payroll function to us, safe in the knowledge that your staff will be paid on time, and in line with all the current legislation. Our fast, flexible and accurate outsourced payroll service leaves you free to concentrate on running your business, not your payroll.

The specialist payroll areas we can advise you on include:

  • Pay As You Earn (PAYE) registration, administration and compliance
  • All statutory requirements and legislation regulations, including PAYE, National Insurance Contributions (NICs), Statutory Sick Pay (SSP), Statutory Maternity Pay (SMP), Statutory Paternity Pay (SPP), Statutory Adoption Pay (SAP), shared parental pay/leave, student loans, the Apprenticeship Levy, childcare vouchers and medical insurance
  • Weekly, fortnightly, monthly, quarterly and annual payroll services, including bonus, commission and overtime payments
  • Payroll benefits
  • RTI end-of-year submissions, employees’ P60s and P11ds
  • E-Payslips or security payslips
  • Termination payments including redundancy
  • Auto-enrolment support, carrying out assessments, communications, uploading of contribution and compliance reporting.

To chat to us about your plans, get in touch with us or make an appointment with one of our payroll specialists at one of our offices in Exeter, Wells, Chippenham and Yeovil.


As specialist rural business advisers we work closely with clients across the farming and agricultural sectors, and have an in-depth understanding of some of the unique challenges faced by the rural business community. Payroll can be a complex issue for those businesses, with employees ranging from family members to farm managers, part-time and full-time staff, and seasonal and migrant workers, all needing to be paid the right amount at the right time.

The specialist rural business payroll areas we can advise you on include:

  • Agricultural employment rules
  • Hourly-paid employees, casuals, harvest casuals and seasonal workers
  • Starters and leavers
  • Agricultural sick pay
  • Administering regulations
  • Auto-enrolment schemes
  • Sage Bureau and Xero software.

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