PAYE Modernisation: The story so far

Date
Tuesday, 12 November, 2019
Time
11.00 am
Location
Online
Duration
1.5 hours

The introduction of PAYE Modernisation in January 2019 changed the way employers and payroll bureaus submit payroll information to Revenue. PAYE Modernisation has brought with it new and more stringent rules around when and how often we send payroll data to Revenue. All employers, regardless of size, have to comply with the new real time reporting system.

This webinar has been designed specifically for payroll bureaus. If you are an employer, please see our PAYE Modernisation Webinars for Employers.

PAYE Modernisation: The story so far

Almost one year later, Paul Byrne looks back at the story so far and decides whether or not PAYE Modernisation has been a success. In the webinar, Paul will also review some of the most common mistakes employers have made to date and what employers should expect in 2020.

Paul Byrne is the Managing Director of Thesaurus Software - the creators of BrightPay payroll software. Last year, BrightPay won ‘Payroll Software of the Year’ at AccountingWEB’s Software Excellence Awards. BrightPay also has a five star rating, a 99% customer satisfaction rate and is used to process the payroll for over 200,000 businesses across Ireland and the UK.

As part of this webinar, we’ll take a closer look at BrightPay Connect and how important it is to backup your payroll data for PAYE Modernisation. Ian will take you on a whistle stop tour revealing the hidden benefits of how BrightPay Connect’s cloud platforms are supercharging the payroll bureau service offering.
Please note all BrightPay & Thesaurus customers received a free 2019 Connect licence.

Agenda

  • PAYE Modernisation: The story so far
  • Common mistakes and how to avoid them
  • Non-compliance & penalties
  • One year on - was it a success?
  • Revenue’s presentation 
  • How BrightPay Connect’s client cloud platforms can supercharge your bureau 
Paul Byrne

Paul Byrne

Managing Director at Thesaurus Software

How BrightPay Connect’s client cloud platforms can supercharge your bureau

Ian will take you through a quick overview of BrightPay Connect and show BrightPay customers how to activate your free cloud backup facility. He will demonstrate how automation and cloud flexibility can benefit you, your clients and their employees.

Our newest time saving feature allows bureau users to securely send payroll entry requests and payroll approval requests to their clients, changing the way payroll bureaus interact and communicate with clients. BrightPay Connect's next-generation features mean that your payroll and HR processes can be more integrated into the cloud and streamlined with your payroll software than ever before.

Ian Jenkinson

Ian Jenkinson

Senior Sales Executive at BrightPay

Guest Speaker: Sinead Sweeney, Revenue

We are delighted to be joined by our guest speaker Sinead Sweeney, who is the PAYE Modernisation Change Manager at Revenue. Sinead will discuss what has happened since PAYE Modernisation has gone live and what challenges businesses are facing.

Webinar Information

The webinar is CPD accredited for accountants and payroll bureaus. The webinar takes place on 12th November at 11.00 am and is free to attend.

If you are unable to attend the webinar at the specified time, simply register and we will send you the recording afterwards.

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Sinead Sweeney

Sinead Sweeney

PAYE Modernisation Change Manager at Revenue