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ePayMe for Contractors

Sit back, relax and enjoy life knowing that your financial affairs are in capable hands.


ePayMe for Agencies

Fast registrations, fast payments and unrivalled customer service make us a market leader.


ePayMe for Limited Co.

Feel the freedom and flexibility of being in control of your work-life balance.



ePayMe is a leading provider of compliant payroll services to contractors and small businesses. Each week we process the pay for thousands of clients from recruitment agencies throughout the UK. Our payroll systems utilise the latest software and are linked to HMRC using the RTI (Real Time Information) system, ensuring that pay calculations are always based on the correct tax code. Our reputation has been built on years of putting our customers first: our customer service is second to none and our contractors know they can rely on us to process all their tax, National Insurance and other deductions and transfer their pay into their bank accounts - on time, every time.


eCo is our PAYE-equivalent service, catering for a wide variety of pay rates. It can accommodate a single hour of work in a pay period without the fixed charges that can commonly impact the worker's pay. eCo provides the flexibility of an outsourced payroll provider with the same benefits and simplicity as a traditional PAYE regime. It's our most popular product for agencies and contract workers.


Our umbrella service provides payroll to contract workers on behalf of an agency. The umbrella invoices the agency for the contractor's agency rate and then processes all HMRC deductions applicable on the contractor's behalf before issuing their net pay. Qualifying contractors working via an umbrella service are also able to utilise a Fixed Expense Pot.

Ltd Co.

For some freelance workers it makes sense to set up your own limited company. The benefits include improved taxation of your salary and benefit entitlement, alongside the freedom to be flexible in your assignments. We offer three limited company options, to suit all requirements, and our expert payroll team will be more than happy to discuss which one is best for you.


Hybrid combines the benefits of umbrella, whilst guaranteeing a PAYE Net Pay. Our payroll systems calculate the worker's net pay under PAYE and apply an 'agency uplift' to ensure an exact net pay is received. The agencies' product of choice for outsourcing their in-house PAYE temporary workers.


Using a payroll bureau service may help ease the burden of payroll processing for business owners/directors by enabling them to spend more time on the more important aspects of running their business. Our staff are fully aware of all relevant legislation, meaning everything is taken care of.


The Construction Industry Scheme (CIS) covers contractors and subcontractors as sole traders, partnerships and limited companies who are working within the construction sector. We organise and process pay for these workers and ensure all documentation is verified directly with HMRC.


Carry on company! Techies behind naughtiest ‘Ltd’ names

Over the years, our we’ve seen some pretty weird and wonderful company names – but we don’t often come across any that are just plain rude! However, Companies House does – and some of the cheekiest names submitted to them have just been published. Be warned – if you’re easily offended, then the article below […]

How your imminent self-assessment is affected by your set-up

If you’re a contractor and you haven’t yet submitted your self-assessment to HMRC, then you need to get going – the deadline is midnight on January 30th. With all the recent changes to the rules, there are sure to be many people scratching their heads as they struggle with their returns. This article by Mike Parkes provides some extremely valuable advice.

What needs to happen to IR35 in 2018

The imposition of the updated IR35 off-payroll rules on the public sector in April last year has had a significant, and many would argue disastrous, effect on contractors and the organisations using their services. For months, speculation has been rife that the Government’s next step will be to extend the rules into the private sector. […]


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