Accountancy and payroll solutions provider IRIS Software Group is offering its range of payroll products to Sage TAS customers, free of initial costs, to ensure they become real-time information (RTI) compliant.
HMRC has re-confirmed the timetable for RTI with 1.4 million small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) and most employers legally required to report payroll information in real time from 6 April 2013. Sage will not be providing support for RTI in its TAS payroll product, leaving customers concerned that they may be unable to meet the deadline and forcing migration to an alternative Sage solution.
IRIS Software want to ensure all TAS users understand that there is a RTI solution available at no initial fee, to ensure they can meet the compliance deadline. Thirty thousand enterprises, payroll bureaus and accountants use IRIS Software payroll solutions to pay approximately 14% of the UK PAYE workforce.
“We pride ourselves on looking after our customers and providing them with solutions that meet their specific business needs. Stepping in and supporting TAS, we are able to ensure that its customers meet the RTI mandate and are not left in the lurch,” said Mark Paraskeva, chief executive officer (CEO) SME division at IRIS Software. “Our more than 90% rolling customer retention rate is evidence of our successful industry leading solutions and support.”
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