A Study on Payroll Management At Heritage

  • B Bharathi, T Md Inthiyaz, Md Riaz Khan


The sum of all financial records, including employee salaries, wages, bonuses, and deductions, is known as payroll in a firm. In accounting, payroll refers to the amount paid to employees for the services they performed during a certain time period. A firm has to handle payroll for a variety of reasons. Payroll is crucial from an accounting standpoint since it is subject to laws and regulations and has a considerable influence on the net income of most firms (for example, payroll in the United States is subject to both federal and state restrictions). From an ethical business standpoint, payroll is an essential department as employees respond negatively to errors and anomalies in payroll; timely and accurate payroll payments are required to preserve a good work environment. The primary objectives of the payroll department are to ensure that all employees get timely and correct remuneration, as well as the appropriate withholdings and deductions, and that these withholdings and deductions are punctually filed. Payroll deductions, tax withholdings, and payouts are all covered under this.