5% off course of the week: Introduction to Payroll

31 October 2014

The introduction to payroll is a fantastic training course for those that have been out of the industry for a while and are looking for a comprehensive refresher. As its course of the week, why don’t you book today and receive your 5% discount.

Who is this course aimed at?

The introduction to payroll course is ideal for those new to payroll that require training on the fundamental elements of payroll processing, such as calculating deductions from pay.

What will I learn?

It covers the core payroll skills required to administer the payroll function, such as calculation of gross pay and statutory deductions. It provides a good knowledge base in areas which may not come up every pay period, but can cause confusion when they do, such as court orders, student loans and processing starters and leavers. It also gives an understanding of the interaction between payroll and other internal and external bodies.

Course content

  • The gross to net process
    • Build up to gross pay
    • National insurance
    • Income tax
  • Earnings
    • What counts as earnings
    • Benefits in kind
    • Payment/earnings period
  • Deductions
    • Employment Rights Act 1996
    • Types of deductions
  • Starters and leavers
    • Processes required
  • Directors national insurance
    • Definition of a company director
    • Directors’ fees/bonus
    • Dividends
  • Real time information
    • Data submission types
  • Full payment submission (FPS)
    • Employment payment submission (EPS)
    • NINO verification request (NVR)
  • Determining employment status
    • Determining factors
    • Balance of probability
    • Construction industry
  • Administration of deductions
    • Payslip entries
    • Reconciliation and accounting
    • Loan repayments
  • Pensions overview
    • Types of pensions
    • Impact pensions has on payroll
    • Overview pension reform
  • Student loans
    • Repayment methods
    • Commencement of deductions
    • Exact/table method of calculation
  • Attachment of Earnings Order
    • Various types of court orders
    • Protected/attachable earnings
    • Operation of priority/non-priority orders
    • Restriction to number of court orders processed
    • Priority and process of several orders
  • Jury service
    • Certificate of loss of earnings
    • Consequence to payroll and employee
    • Procedures
    • Effect on voluntary deductions
  • Remittances and end of year obligations
    • Reconciliations
    • Payment rules and deadlines
    • Year end returns
    • Penalties and late submissions
Book now and receive a 5% discount of your booking by quoting COW2609. For more information about this offer, please email us or phone 0121 712 1013