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HMRC RTI (Real Time Information) in SAP HR

Whitepaper explaining business changes and payroll configuration in SAP HR for HMRC’s new RTI process in UK payroll.

Real Time Information (RTI) is being introduced by HMRC (Her Majesty’s Revenue & Customs) to replace the current e-filing solution and improve the operation of PAYE. It will become relevant for most UK based organisations using SAP UK payroll (including subsidiaries of foreign companies) in April 2013. This whitepaper on RTI in SAP Payroll UK from our expert gives a good overview of the changes and standard SAP HR configuration based on the experience from one of the first pilot projects at HMRC themselves.

2 Responses
  1. Sven Ringling

    Hi Jay,

    thanks for your feedback.

    Regarding the quetsions: I’m afraid we can’t help you here for two reasons:
    – it depends a lot of the scope and terms of your support contract, so generically taking somebody elses’s questions won’t help
    – we are happy to share tips and insights for customers also with the wider community, but we really can’t provide free basic training for employees of competitors, who don’t do this for their own employees. I hope you understand that. In fact, if you are a junior consultant and your employr doesn’t provide you with this kind of information, I can only encourage you to find a decent employer as soon as you can. Sounds harsh, but I’ve always been quite open about my views in this respect and there are faaaar to many comoanies out there taking advantage of employees as well as customers to mke a quick buck while helping neither.

  2. Sven Ringling

    Hi Jay,

    thanks for your feedback.

    Regarding the quetsions: I’m afraid we can’t help you here for two reasons:
    – it depends a lot of the scope and terms of your support contract, so generically taking somebody elses’s questions won’t help
    – we are happy to share tips and insights for customers also with the wider community, but we really can’t provide free basic training for employees of competitors, who don’t do this for their own employees. I hope you understand that. In fact, if you are a junior consultant and your employr doesn’t provide you with this kind of information, I can only encourage you to find a decent employer as soon as you can. Sounds harsh, but I’ve always been quite open about my views in this respect and there are faaaar to many comoanies out there taking advantage of employees as well as customers to mke a quick buck while helping neither.

  3. jayaraj

    Hi Team,
    I must thank you guys, for maintaining this wonderful website. Here, I find answers for most of my queries. Now,I h’ve come up with the new one.
    Here, My question.
    I will be assigned to work for client as a payroll support consultant. From, payroll perspective what are all the question i should ask the New client for the KT. please list me them and your sharing would help me a lot. thanks in advance.
    regards
    jay

  4. jayaraj

    Hi Team,
    I must thank you guys, for maintaining this wonderful website. Here, I find answers for most of my queries. Now,I h’ve come up with the new one.
    Here, My question.
    I will be assigned to work for client as a payroll support consultant. From, payroll perspective what are all the question i should ask the New client for the KT. please list me them and your sharing would help me a lot. thanks in advance.
    regards
    jay

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