A complete payroll software for Tanzania that solves all your payroll related issues. It can streamline all payroll-related operations such as payroll, commissions, bonuses, PAYE, NSSF, NHIF and incentives, and tracks them to support all regulatory compliance with a country. It also helps to generate multiple payrolls.
User-defined Payroll Structures
The AttendHRM software is designed with at most flexibility and has an option for customisation based on your Tanzania requirements. You can create your own payroll heads, specify your own formulae, and organize into multiple payroll structures. The flexibility and power of the payroll software allows you to be fully in control.
Salary Processing in one click
AttendHRM calculates overtime, under time, absenteeism, loans, advances, leaves, bonuses, provident fund, PAYE, NSSF, NHIF precisely with zero conflict & thus enhances your confidence in the payroll processing. It requires only basic data entry to start with. You may not be able to start processing payroll until the payroll period is over and then you usually have very little time to release the payroll to your employees and the software should be able to process payroll in such limited time. It is where the AttendHRM software plays a pivotal role of assisting you to automate processing the payroll pro rata to the attendance. You can process payroll the same day and roll out the salary to employees’ accounts.
Better Accuracy with Time Clocks
The Attendance Software summarizes data from your time attendance devices in format appropriate for your payroll system. This integration with payroll is fully automated and requires no manual intervention. The software automatically generates payslips from clock in, clock out, overtime, late-in/early-out data received from your employees.
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Print Statutory Reports
Various kinds of reports that would provide you proper cost analysis for each department. Also provide rapid access to all statutory payroll reports such as ESI, Form 16, and Form 20.
Prints Salary Sheets and Payslips
Provide comprehensive salary sheet that will include all the salary additions and deductions each employee. Further system has various kinds of salary slips that you can give to your employees. Your employees get payslips by email or they can access payslips with their mobile phones on the Employee Self Service.
Pay As You Earn (PAYE)
PAYE stands for Pay-As-You-Earn. It is a withholding tax on taxable incomes of employees. Under this system, an employer is required by law to deduct income tax from an employee’s taxable salary or wages.
PAYE Calculation Slab
PAYE income tax calculation is based on the tax slab split income wise. It’s a progressive slab system. Employees with higher wages are obliged to pay more than the employees who earn less. The total taxable income of employee is split in brackets as defined in the slab. Amount applicable in each tax bracket attracts the corresponding percentage of tax and the total is summed at last the tax liable. The current tax slab applicable for PAYE calculation is provided below:
|Monthly Income||Tax Rate|
|Where the total income does not exceed 270,000/=||9% of the amount in excess of Tshs. 270,000/=|
|Where the total income exceeds 520,000/= but does not exceed 760,000/=||Tshs. 22,500/= plus 20% of the amount in excess of 520,000/=|
|Where the total income exceeds 760,000/= but does not exceed 1,000,000/=||Tshs. 70,500/= plus 25% of the amount in excess of 760,000/=|
|Where the total income exceeds 1,000,000/=||Tshs. 130,500/= plus 30% of the amount in excess of 1,000,000/=|
National Health Insurance Fund (NHIF)
The National Health Insurance Fund (NHIF) is a Social Health Insurance Institution established under the National Health Insurance Act, The main objective of NHIF is ensuring accessibility of health care services to people. It is a Government entity that operates under the Ministry of Health Community Development, Gender, Elderly and Children (MHCDGEC). The Fund considers health insurance as a societal affair rather than an individual need and thus operates under the principles of risk sharing and solidarity among members. Despite the compulsory enrollment arrangement to public servants, the Fund has expanded its coverage to include other groups like Councilors, private companies, education institutions, private individuals, children under the age of 18, farmers in cooperatives as well as organized registered groups like Machinga and Bodaboda groups.
The contribution rate provided in the Act establishing the Fund is 6% of the monthly employee’s gross salary (met equally by both employer and employee i.e. 3% each). The Act provides for a penalty of 5% to the Employer who delays in remitting contribution to the Fund. The employers are required to remit contributions at the Accountant Generals Office (Ministry of Finance-Treasury) and then the Ministry of Finance directly pays into the National Health Insurance Fund.
National Social Security Fund (NSSF)
Every registered employer is required to remit to the Fund 20% of the employee’s gross salary as joint contribution between the employer and the employee. The rate of the employee’s share should not exceed 10% of his/her monthly salary. The employer is required to remit contributions within one month from the month of payment of salaries. Employers may pay their contributions either at NSSF office or through the bank. Contributions shall be deemed paid only if cash payment has already been receipted at NSSF office or cheque issued has been honoured by any credible bank.
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