Roslyns are the leading pub accountants in the UK and work alongside the following pub companies:


Payroll made easy!

  • One phone call, fax or e-mail to us to match your payment period is all that is required.
  • What we do:
    • Provide payslips
    • Maintain sickness and holiday records
    • Deal with Student Loans.
    • Advise on all maternity and paternity issues
    • Hold employees records
    • Help with statutory sick pay issues
    • Issue P45’s
    • Produce end of year and period returns
    • Attend any PAYE inspections/investigations
    • BACS payments
  • We offer payroll services to companies of varying sizes, whether it’s 1 employee or 1,000.
  • All our advice and support is included in your fee so you are sure that you have highly efficient cost effective service at your fingertips with no hidden costs.
  • We regularly provide newsletters detailing changes in law and conditions.
  • Access the information online through our web-based report system!

Roslyn’s reduces its charges by 42%!

It’s not often in this world where the price of things keep going up that prices go down…

We have used modern technology to reduce our costs and reduce our prices to our clients, our service costs usually £1.75 per payslip weekly and now using our online service weekly payslips are just £1.

Our new online payroll service allows direct access to our website where our clients can input hours into our system, receive security payslips direct to their staff’s email inboxes and receive summaries and HMRC returns by email too.

We still deal with RTI, holiday and sick-pay entitlements and are available by phone for any queries.

Whether you are an existing client or new to Roslyn’s you can benefit from this exceptional value for money service by simply contacting us for login details, supply us with your staff’s email addresses and we will do the rest.

Your staff names are stored on your system so all you need to do each week is log on and enter the hours and your staff will receive an email with a security (password protected) payslip and you will receive a summary by email.

Contact us now on with your request to start a professional, efficient and low cost payroll service backed by the biggest name in accounting for the leisure industry with no hassle!

RTI (Real Time Information) – Does it affect you?

What is RTI?!

Real Time Information (RTI) is the new way of reporting your payroll information to HMRC.

Under the new RTI payroll system employers will send information about the tax and national insurance that they deduct from employees’ wages to HMRC at the time when they are deducted – rather than at the end of the tax year in April-May, as happens now (via the P35 and P14).

So instead of submitting this data once a year to HMRC, online submissions will be made weekly, fortnightly, four weekly or monthly, depending on the frequency at which their employees are paid.

The fundamentals of PAYE remain unchanged, for example, use of codes and deducting tax and National Insurance. What RTI does change is how and when employers and pension providers report information to HMRC.

Will it affect me?

If you run payroll then yes, you’ll be affected by RTI!

When does it start?

All small and medium sized employers will be expected to start using RTI to submit payroll data from April 2013, unless they have agreed a different start date with the Tax Office. Once you receive an ‘invitation’ from the Taxman to use RTI, you must join the RTI system from the date directed.

How will it affect me?

If you’re an employer, each time you pay an employee you submit:

  • deductions, such as Income Tax and National Insurance contributions (NICs)
  • starter and leaver dates if applicable

You need to include the details of all employees you pay, including those who earn below the NICs Lower Earnings Limit (LEL).

You no longer submit an end of year return (forms P35 and P14) and the starter and leaver process is simplified. You continue to give your employee a form P45 when they leave but you no longer send forms P45 or P46 to HMRC – instead you must submit all starter and leaver information as part of the Full Payment Submission (FPS).

Do I need to do anything differently?

You will need to collect some new data items under RTI which are not currently required for PAYE, such as:

– Hours worked per week for each employee based on one of four bands;
– Details of those earning less than the lower earnings limit (£107 per week);
– Which employees are paid irregularly, perhaps only once per year; and
– Passport numbers for employees who do not have NI numbers.

In addition you will need to have the correct NI number (where this exists), date of birth, gender, full name and address for each employee.

This all sounds like a lot of hassle!

Don’t panic!  If we run your payroll for you then we’ll sort all of this out and do all of the submissions for you!

If you’re a client then over the next few months we’ll be contacting you to make sure that all of your payroll information is ready and to let you know if we’re missing any information