On February 5, we released version 2.19. This new version corrects some YTD bugs when pension payments under a net pay agreement are made.
On November 5, we released version 2.16, along with new templates. The new version now correctly handles employees who moved employment. It also deals with the case where you've changed software packages and switched to Basic PAYE Tools, and pension payments.
However, it is now possible that the YTD figures are not correct until you've gone to submit your data to HMRC. At that point the Basic PAYE Tools calculates the correct YTD figures, and the payslips will be correct. You don't need to actually submit the data though, just get as far as the login page.
Registered users can download the latest version from our registered users page or by using the download link in your original purchase receipt.
Generate UK Payslips with HMRC Basic PAYE Tools!
Why they didn't include the ability in the software, we can't imagine, but we've come to your rescue. No more retyping data on to pre printed stationary, or hand-writing payslips. Just install our software, and be printing payslips in minutes. Whether you're a small company, or a bookkeeper with just a few clients, this program will save you hours of time.
It's even possible to customize the printouts if you're so inclined, but to begin with, we've included 6 designs to get you started.
The demo version is fully functional, but does not allow you to print, though you can print preview. With the full version we recommend printing to the XPS printer driver on your machine, so you can save a permanent copy of the payslips before printing them.
There are free systems out there. Why should I use yours?
The free systems seem to require you to keep the data on their servers. Are you really happy with posting your employees pay details and addresses on someone elses site? What guarantees do you get from them for a free service? How secure is your data? Who has access to it?
With our system, your data never leaves your own PC. The data is kept in HMRC's own database, and it's local to your PC. If your internet connection goes down, you can still use the software. You aren't dependent on our web servers either. For the tiny investment of only £15.00+VAT it's difficult to see why you wouldn't go for the added security of keeping it entirely on your own systems.