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  • My Accountant charges me £5 per week for 1 full time and 1 part time employee and this includes payroll. Speak to your accountant or continue to shop around.

    I used to do payroll myself but I got a bit scared of the pension side.

    Good luck
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    I'm using people's pension and money soft payrol and it's all linked together so simple. £300+vat setup. Annual regulatory stuff easy to do yourself.

    FSB offer a package for members for £399 setup and an all in service with all documents taken care of for £12.50 per month.

    You can go NEST with no set-up charges but the contribution fees on money paid in are higher so I didn't go that route.

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      We have gone down the same route as Andrew but do th administration ourselves (so no further costs).
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