If you’re a director of a limited company, you should be on the payroll — even if you don’t draw a salary

If you pay any staff, then your business will need a payroll that accounts for tax and national insurance on their payments. Each tax year end, you’ll need to produce a payroll return that shows these deductions.

As a sole trader you’re not counted as a member of staff, but if you’re a director of a limited company, you do qualify as staff and should be on the payroll – even if you don’t draw a salary.

We can prepare your monthly wages and associated year end returns, and give you advice on all aspects of payrolls.




To find out more please speak to your account manager or call us on 01428 64 44 33.