Xero Payroll (1:35)

Xero Payroll


Anne Reid
February 21, 2015 at 6:02 am

The new pricing outlined in the blog does not answer the questions I asked.
Who should I contact to get answers?

Kevin Preston
March 17, 2015 at 7:30 am

I am an accountant user with 30 or so clients on Xero and I use either Payroll Manager or Superpay for our PAYE bureau work.
I appreciate the reprieve of the very useful (if sometimes inadequate, viz tax refunds) Pay Run but am seriously disappointed that it is no longer available to new users or, indeed, long term existing users who have not activated it.
The bureau work is too important to switch from tried and tested software which is very reasonably priced to the rather clunky Xero that works at slow internet speeds; neither would it make sense commercially as it would just eat into our own profit through having to increase the charge to clients for Xero.

April 11, 2015 at 8:27 am

We are wanting two people to do the payroll: financial controller will do salaries and her assistant will do the hourly paid. FC can see everything but assistant can only be allowed to see the hourly paid info. Is this possible?

April 16, 2015 at 6:06 am

I am trying to set our practice up for payroll (as a tester) and it appears that the holidays can only be accrued as calendar year, anniversary date (assume the anniversary of the employee start date) or on a pay period basis. We run to the Tax Year, how can I do this

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