Payroll Services

For your employees, payroll is probably the single most important of all the visible accounting disciplines. And yet, as a non-standard accounting function, it can get complicated.
Sick pay, maternity pay, loans, salary sacrifice schemes and tax code changes all contribute to the complexity of even a small business’s payroll function.
Adding to that are your statutory reporting requirements, which require specialist software. So if payroll goes wrong, you’ll have both internal and external issues to deal with – and possibly fines to pay.

Our payroll services removes that whole burden away from you. Using our payroll software, we’ll pay your employees on time, ensuring they receive accurate payslips. At the same time we’ll create and submit your statutory reports to, such as Real Time Information (RTI) PAYE submission, which is due every time you pay your employees.

A payroll service to suit your business

Whether you run your payroll weekly, fortnightly, four-weekly, monthly, quarterly or annually, we can:
  • Produce and print the payslips
  • Calculate maternity and sick pay, tax credits, student loans, benefits (e.g. cars) and any tax code changes
  • Issue P45s, P46s, P35s, P11ds and P60s
  • Process payroll through your accounts and track payments
  • Complete your online filing and implement RTI

Accountancy Testimonial

“Beyond the day-to-day management of our accounts, Lansdowne Francs provide us with solid financial planning advice, effectively taking on the role of an in-house financial director, which to a practice of our size is invaluable.”

- PS Limited

Who we support

Whether you’re a sole trader, an SME, a non-Irish business or a large corporate, we can provide you with full service accounting support.

Over 1,000 clients rely on Lansdowne Francs Accounting for services ranging from bookkeeping and self-assessment, through VAT and annual company accounts to long-term financial and tax planning strategy.

These clients operate in a multitude of industry sectors and they choose us because we understand the accounting challenges specific to these sectors.