Payroll review results in efficiencies for UK food manufacturer

Case Study10th Jun 2020

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Our Client 

A leading food manufacturer in the UK required AAB to review their end-to-end payroll process to ensure they were processing payments in the most tax effective and accurate way. The aim was to reduce the burden on their in-house team that currently process the payroll as part of their finance function. 

Our Approach 

  • Gave the client peace of mind by reviewing and validating the current payment types processed through the payroll.
  • Reviewed and improved the current benefit and P11D process.
  • Provided accurate advice and support around payroll and auto-enrolment.
  • Reviewed the current end-to-end process to review and propose more changes resulting in better support to the company and employees.

The Outcome 

  • Delivered a payroll solution including online payslips. This worked as an extension of their team to provide accurate timely advice and support to help their business.
  • Employee communications confirming changes to the monthly process.
  • Identified tax efficiencies saving the client over £6k.
  • Provided a support desk for employee queries in relation to payroll.
  • The transfer of the payroll to AAB created a time-saving in the team which allowed the client to focus on their core business.
  • Provided peace of mind that the payroll was being processed accurately and timely.
  • Removed the need for the client to invest money in additional software to support the payroll.
  • Provided more detailed payroll reporting.

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