Sage 50cloud Payroll Bureau v27.1 is now available

Sage have announced the release of Sage 50cloud Payroll Bureau v27.1 and it’s now ready for you to download and install.

Later this week it will become mandatory to complete the update and you will not be able to access your software until you have installed this latest 27.1 update. We advise on updating your software as soon as possible. Plus Sage are offering you a chance to win an Amazon voucher worth £200 if you complete your update before midnight on March 12th!

The latest release v27.1 of the Sage 50cloud Payroll Bureau covers essential updates including:

  • Payroll Year End (PYE)
  • New functionality within your Sage Online Bureau: Employee Management Starters and Leavers. This will reduce time spent liaising with clients and dramatically reduce the admin involved for setting up new employees. Clients will also be able to add new employees themselves, giving you the option to review before accepting.
  • Pressing F1 from any area of Sage 50cloud Payroll in order to access Sage help. This will load an article relevant to the area you are working on within the software.
  • 2021/22 band and rates have been updated for PAYE and NIC.
  • New items added: Scottish student loans and IR35 off payroll working. You can access further information about this here sage.co.uk/pye

Install the latest update now by clicking here:

For further information you can access the free webinar which Sage is running here or if you have any questions please get in touch and we will be more than happy to assist you.

Need further help? Join our free Sage 50 Payroll support groups:

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10/03/2021

Any advice relating to accounts or tax should be sought from your tax accountant. Sage Accounts Solutions Limited will not be held responsible for any loss or damage caused as a result of the information contained herein.

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