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Are you still taking up valuable time by using the old PAYE books?

Are you still taking up valuable time by using the old PAYE books?

Well now you can cut your time in half by using Thankyou Payroll.

Thankyou Payroll offers free online payroll services for employers and will also give you the freedom from having to think about the IRD’s complex payroll legislation.

Thankyou Payroll is completely paid for by the IRD subsidy (except a very small bank fee per employee per pay) that is fast and efficient so that you can reduce the time, stress and effort of managing your payroll. As a result they can say goodbye to a large amount of their own workload making it one of the easiest ways to manage your payroll here in New Zealand.

You no longer have to worry that PAYE, Kiwisaver, Student loans, Leave and Payroll giving is calculated exactly and paid on time.

You will also have freedom from having to file those annoying IR348s and IR345s each month. With Thankyou Payroll the work is done for you.

Furthermore if you ever have any questions or need help we can support the system for you.

If you would like to find out more about Thankyou Payroll please give us a call.

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