Has confidence in your current service provider waivered over these last few challenging months, have you been unhappy with agreed service levels during the ongoing Covid-19 pandemic and the Furlough process?
Have you had to complete much of the work yourself? or has your provider completed the full service with confidence, in review would you use your current provider again if you had the choice?
It could be that the entire furlough process has been the final straw in a long and stressful payroll journey for your payroll processing in its entirety?
If you’re at the point where any of these questions have left you with a decision to continue managing your payroll in-house or continue with your existing provider, you’re in the right place.
At Banks Sheridan we pride ourselves on giving the fullest service for your payroll needs.
We can offer you a payroll service which will ensure your payroll will run smoothly, efficiently and accurately, on time and with the highest level of professionalism.
During the pandemic we have efficiently processed all client’s payrolls throughout including the processing of all Furlough calculations and claims.
By outsourcing your payroll to a professional and trusted payroll bureau, you can be sure that your payroll responsibilities are being met, without any stresses and strains in-house.
By outsourcing your payroll to us you:
We would like to speak to you about possibly becoming your managed payroll service provider, and here are just some of the reasons for you to talk to us:
We offer payroll services at a competitive price, with no hidden extras, which means you can budget for your payroll with confidence.
Banks Sheridan is a leading accountancy and tax practice based in Crewe. Our services include; audit and accountancy, tax compliance, tax planning, business advisory and a payroll bureau.
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