Business Issues -> Regulation
Released: 21st February 2013
Nottingham, 21 February 2013 – HMRC has confirmed that MidlandHR’s RTI software has proven itself to be exceptionally reliable for submitting data using the new Real Time Information reporting method. 100% of FPS (Full Payment Submission) and EPS (Employer Payment Submission) files were submitted to HMRC successfully. All but one of the EAS (Employer Alignment Submission) files submitted were successful. The data covers submissions made since the RTI controlled go-live commenced on 10th April 2012 up until 31st January 2013.
Bob Newsome, Strategic Payroll Consultant explains: “It is pleasing to see that the software is working as expected. We have put significant effort into making sure that our RTI solution would be extremely reliable for our customers. We built HMRC’s RTI schema into our solution to ensure that inaccurate files cannot be created. This will reduce the inconvenience of inaccurate files being rejected. Some other suppliers have not achieved this.”
Newsome adds: “The one unsuccessful EAS submission was found to be down to user error. This highlights the need for organisations to ensure they are properly prepared for their first submission.”
MidlandHR is a leading supplier of talent management, workforce planning, HR and payroll solutions and services. With a wealth of industry experience, MidlandHR's solutions support some of the largest and most successful organisations in the UK, from both public and private sectors.
Whether organisations require an on-premise solution, HR and payroll outsourcing services or cloud-based SaaS, MidlandHR’s strengths lie in its cutting edge iTrent technology and a commitment to providing the highest quality service to meet the needs of every customer. For more information about MidlandHR’s commitment to outsourcing excellence, as recognised through the CIPP Service Provider of the Year Award 2012 for the second consecutive year, watch this video.
MidlandHR’s customers include: T.M.Lewin, Care UK, Severn Trent Water, Chesterfield NHS, QVC, Loughborough University, The Salvation Army, Brighton & Hove City Council, Oxford City Council, East Kent Shared Service, TJX Europe, Humberside Police, Law Officers Departments, Laing O’Rourke, Skanska and more. For more information, visit MidlandHR at www.midlandhr.com
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