Step 1 - Enter Your Details

To create an account with us, Please enter the details below.
You will receive an Activation E-Mail from us.

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Please fill in the no. of Bureau clients or Employees below

( Total Clients )

( Total Employees )

Post Code|Please provide your postal address correctly, which can help us sending you the mandatory document at times. At times we may need to send your sign in details by post.
PAYE Reference|You will find this reference on the letter received from HM Revenue & Customs when you first registered as an employer. This reference will be in the format 123/A246 (three numbers / several alpha numeric characters).
Accounts Office Reference|You will find this reference on the P30B letter 'Paying electronically' or if you use payslips, on the front of the P30B payslip booklet from HM Revenue & Customs.
According to HMRC
- Reference Number must be either 13 or 17 characters.
- First 3 characters must be numeric.
- 4th character must be P.
- 5th character must be an alphabet.
- characters 6 - 12 must be numeric.
- 13th character must be numeric or X.
- sixth character must be 0 when first 3 characters are 961 and reference ends with X.
- character 13 must be numeric when first 3 characters are NOT 961.
- characters 14 -17 must be numeric.
- characters 16 and 17 must be in the range 01-13
Please note: Do not include any spaces when entering the Accounts Office Reference on screen.
UTR Type|The Unique Taxpayer Reference (UTR) is only issued by HM Revenue & Customs (HMRC) when you, or your client, have enrolled for Self Assessment. It is made up of 10 numbers, for example 1234567890, and can be found on documentation issued by HMRC such as the Tax Return (SA100), Please key-in the first part of your UTR number in the field provided and proceed further.
CRN|This can also be called the Company Registration Number (CRN) and is allocated by Companies House on registration of a company and is an 2 digit number or 2 alpha characters followed by a 6 digit number. You will find it on any documentation received from Companies House and a company would normally display it on letter headings or compliment slips. If you cannot locate this number please contact your HM Revenue & Customs (HMRC) Corporation Tax Office at this number 0300 200 3200.
VAT No.|This is a 9 digit reference number issued by HM Revenue & Customs when you (or your client) registered for VAT, for example 123 4567 89. It will be shown on the VAT 4, Certificate of Registration.
E-Mail to be Used for this service|The email address you enter here is important because it will be used for all further correspondence. Your account activation code will be sent to this email address.
Sign In log book|The Sign In Log Book displays a record of the previous 20 Sign Ins to this Service. To view the Sign In Log Book, click on the View / Edit button beside System Administrator Details option in the next page.
Sign In ID|The Sign In ID can be found in the first email we sent you for account activation.
Tel No.|In order to reach / contact you by the system user / administrator, please provide your telephone number.
Your Answer|Please enter the answer to the security question that you have selected. We will use this information if we need to verify your identity. To protect your account, make sure your answer is memorable for you but hard for others to guess.
Your Selected Answer|Enter here the answer to the security question you have selected. We will use this information if we need to verify your identity. To protect your account, make sure your answer is memorable for you but hard for others to guess.
Your Newly Selected Answer|Enter here the answer to the security question you have recently selected.
Your Newly Selected E-Mail|Enter here your new E-mail ID.The email address you enter here is important because it will be used for all further correspondence. Your account activation code will be sent to this email address.
Your New Pattern Word|Enter here your pattern word. It should be between 6 to 12 alphanumeric value. You will be asked to enter two random characters of your chosen pattern word each time you sign in. Please remember your pattern word.
Enter Letters of your Pattern Word|You will be asked to enter two random characters of your chosen Pattern Word each time you sign in. You can not change your Pattern Word at this stage, but you can change it once you have signed in.
Self Assessment Unique Taxpayer Reference|If you are a sole proprietor, enter your Self Assessment Unique Taxpayer Reference (UTR). If your business is a partnership, enter the partnership Self Assessment Unique Taxpayer Reference. You will find your UTR on the 'SA316 Notice to complete a tax return' if you file online or on the front cover of your Self Assessment Tax Return if you file on paper. A Unique Taxpayer Reference is in the format 1234567890.
Please note: The reference shown above is only an example and should not be used.
Corporation Tax Unique Taxpayer Reference|This is a ten digit reference provided by HM Revenue & Customs, on form CT41G after you first registered your company with Companies House. A Unique Taxpayer Reference is in the format 1234567890.
Please note: The reference shown above is only an example and should not be used.
Enter the letters of your Pattern Word|Enter here the two prompted characters that you have been asked for from your chosen pattern word.
Enter the letters of your new Pattern Word|Enter here the two prompted characters that you have recently changed in the pattern word.
Your Current pattern word|Enter here your current pattern word. The one you are using currently should be between 6 to 12 alphanumeric characters long. You will be asked to enter two random characters of your chosen pattern word each time you sign in. Please remember your pattern word.
Your Company / Employer Name|If you are a company, please enter the correct Company name, based on which the respective company details like Company No. and Company Address will be auto filled.
If you are not a company, please enter your Employer name here.
Enter your Date Of Birth|Please ensure that you enter the correct date of birth of your employee because the employee will be asked to provide the same date of birth for verification when they use to login to this Service as an Employee User.
Reason of Rejection|Here you select the options from following drop-down list if, any of your following information is incorrect.
Personal Details|Here you can view the employee personal detail, including contact details and address.
Emergency Contact Details|Here you can view the detail of the emergency contact detail provided by the employee.
Your Bank Details|Here you will be able to view your bank detail and the bank contact person detail.
Opt-In Requested Date|Here you can select the opt-in requested date as per convenience.
Opt-In Reference|Here you can update your opt-in reference number.
E-Mail Used for this service|The E-mail address shown here is important because it will be used for all further correspondence. The E-mail was entered while signing up with this service.
Sign In Password|The password must be the one that you used when signing-up with our service, or a subsequent one you may have changed it to.
Staging Date|Staging Date is the start date allocated to each employer by the pension regulator. All companies will be required to meet their pension auto-enrolment obligations - although not at the same time. Each employer has been allocated a start date, known as a 'staging date', based on number of employees on record at HMRC on 6th April 2014. The Pension regulator will write to all employers to confirm their date around twelve months before hand but employers should prepare well in advance of this.
You can find your staging date and more about the Auto Enrolment Pension obligations from this link: Click Here
Employer Account Type|Employer's bank Account type / name will be displayed here.
Employer Bank Sort Code| The Bank's sort code will be displayed here.
Employer Bank Account No.|Employer's bank account number will be displayed here.
Name Shown on the Account|Employer's bank account name will be displayed here.
BACS Enabled|Status of whether the employer has enabled BACS payment will be displayed here with yes or no.
Building Society Roll No|Here you can update your building society roll no.
BACS Service User Number (SUN)|Here you have to update your BACS SUN Number. If your BACS is enabled.
Earning Basis|Many employers use qualifying earnings to calculate contributions for their workers because it's the standard way to calculate the new legal minimum contributions. Qualifying earnings is the name given to a band of earnings you can use to calculate contributions for automatic enrolment. But you might want to use a worker's total earnings(All Pensionable Earnings), or you may prefer to use your own custom definition of pensionable earnings(Custom). For more details and examples click here