Payroll procedures for new employee with P45

Guest007
Guest007 Registered Posts: 54 ? ? ?
Dear dedicated volunteer and fellow forum users,

I am dealing with this first time. I always run the payroll and print payslips for the existing employees. Now the situation is different. We have got a new staff with P45.

Please help me in the full procedures of this as we don’t have a guide for this procedure in our practice.

System used: Moneysoft payroll*

Many thanks.

Comments

  • burg
    burg Moderator, FMAAT, AAT Licensed Accountant Posts: 1,441
    Choose employees>add new employee

    Enter the details and choose the New employee (with P45) option

    Enter the P45 details

    Carry on with entering other employee details as per normal

    Choose Forms>Employee Joining P45-3

    Select the new employee and file to HMRC

    Keep a copy of the P45 on file.
    Regards,

    Burg
  • Guest007
    Guest007 Registered Posts: 54 ? ? ?
    Thanks Ian

    Thank you so much... It helps me to do it properly and also helps to build my confidence.

    Regards,
  • stefanboro
    stefanboro Registered Posts: 187 ? ? ?
    Damn you Burg!

    I want to start to contribute more and give something back (ALL I ever do is ask questions) and I had this one.

    Instead you come with the spot on answer that I can't even add anything to....
  • payrollpro
    payrollpro Registered, FMAAT Posts: 427 Dedicated contributor ? ? ?
    Stefanboro,

    You need to be quick on here but look at it this way, some people obviously have too much spare time on their hands.

    Only joking Burg.

    Payrollpro
  • burg
    burg Moderator, FMAAT, AAT Licensed Accountant Posts: 1,441
    More often than not when I check posts have been answered! Usually by Monsoon!!!

    Certainly got to be quick.
    Regards,

    Burg
  • Monsoon
    Monsoon FMAAT, AAT Licensed Accountant Posts: 4,071 ? ? ?
    burg wrote: »
    More often than not when I check posts have been answered! Usually by Monsoon!!!

    Certainly got to be quick.

    I only missed this one because I don't use Moneysoft! :lol:
  • stefanboro
    stefanboro Registered Posts: 187 ? ? ?
    Aye - Monsoon is quite the hogger!! (Of good replies, of course - nice back-handed comp for you there :-)
  • anniem
    anniem Registered Posts: 1,326
    Where is the 'LIKE' button when you want it?????
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