On 8 February 2019, users began reporting that HMRC made changes to the database that are incompatible with the payslips software. We will be issuing a fix today, 9 February 2019.
Version 2.27 works with the latest version, after you've updated to the 2017-2018 HMRC tools.
On March 31, HMRC changes to the database that's incompatible. We made a fix that allows you to open the file, but as of today (6 April) there is still a warning that appears if you have not yet created a new tax year. If you don't intend to use the HMRC tool for 2017-2018, create a fake employer to allow you to access your historic data.
On January 29, 2017 some users began reporting that the software was issuing errors about the digital signature being invalid. We're still investigating, but in the meantime we've released an interim version 2.26 with no digital signature. This will give you a warning when you download and install, but after that you should be able to produce payslips. We're sorry for the inconvenience
On April 4, we released Version 2.24, which supports the new HMRC database format for 2016-2017. This fixed a couple of bugs that crept in on the April 3, version 2.23 release.
We've also changed our digital certificate the new more secure standard required by Microsoft.
On December 7, we released Version 2.22, which fixed a problem with late starters in 2015 having YTD problems.
On April 7, we release Version 2.21. This allows you to connect to the 2015 database which has a new format with regard to paternity pay.
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.
Payslips for PAYE Tools will be discontinued for the 2019-2020 tax year
Due to the upcoming changes HMRC are planning to make, and the breakage caused by their change on 8 February, 2019, we have made the difficult decision to stop supporting payslips in the next financial year, and cease sales of the package on 9 February 2019.
The software may continue to work to some degree into the next year, but we will no longer be offering any support. We'd like to thank you all for your custom over the last 8 years.
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