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Year-End Procedure for Tax Year 2017-18

A simple step by step guide is available to guide you through the end of year procedure within BrightPay 2017/18.


Please note: since 6th March 2015, employers are no longer required to answer additional end-of-year questions and as a result, these questions are no longer included on the EPS submission.

Click this link to access our printable guide.

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