NEW TO CONTRACTING? HERE WE WILL EXPLAIN WHAT UMBRELLA PAYROLL IS ALL ABOUT
If you are new to contracting, you may have never heard of umbrella payroll before, or maybe in the past you have worked through a limited company.
Either way, when operated correctly umbrella payroll is the simplest, most efficient and hassle-free way to get paid for your contract.
As a contractor or freelancer you will most likely work through a recruitment agency who find you work with a specific company/end client. The agency are responsible for your contract agreement, however in the vast majority of cases your agency/end client will not have the knowledge, experience or facilities to pay you directly.
This is where Ash Tree Contracting step in. We operate a specific payroll service designed to bridge this gap and ensure contractors and freelancers get paid in the easiest and most efficient way.
When you join us you will become an employee of Ash Tree Contracting Limited. Using an overarching employment contract we will provide your services to your agency or end client and invoice them for the work you complete. On receipt of payment we will pay your tax and National Insurance deductions to the HMRC on your behalf and pay you a PAYE salary NET of all deductions/contributions.
You will not need to complete a self-assesment at the end of the year or use an accountant to file company accounts.
Free set-up. no leaving fees
Expert customer service
Same day payments
Compliant PAYE service
Full employment insurances
Holiday and statutory sick pay
Tax and NI deductions paid
Personal account manager
• New contractors
• Existing contractors looking for a reliable umbrella service
• Contracts that fall inside IR35 legislation
• Limited company directors looking to switch
• Contractors working on government contracts
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