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PayDream Ltd provide a secure, compliant and flexible PAYE Umbrella solution to temporary contract professionals and employment business; at any level and in any sector.


An easy way for you to think of us is as a service that saves you time, money and allows you to focus on your needs and what you do best. Essentially, we will let you maximise your net home pay and earn more money!


If you have any further queries about our services or would like to talk with one of our consultants and allow them to demonstrate to you the benefits of using our service, please do not hesitate to contact us on 01708 776 067 and we will be glad to assist.

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National Grid is seeking additional electricity supplies for winter after unexpected plant shutdowns have raised fears of potential shortages.
The surge in sales of laptops for students getting ready to start university has become like a "mini-Christmas", say leading retailers.
Mayor of London Boris Johnson says plans for an airport in the Thames Estuary, dubbed "Boris Island", are not dead despite a commission looking into the UK's airport needs rejecting the idea.
A court says the UberPop service must stop transporting passengers in Germany, but the American company refuses to suspend work.
The construction sector expanded at its fastest pace for seven months in August, despite supply shortages holding back growth, a survey suggests.
George Osborne is to deliver the Autumn Statement, an annual update on the state of the economy, on 3 December.
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A hearing to convince a judge to approve Detroit's plan to restructure the city's debts has begun.
US oilfield firm Halliburton says it has agreed a $1.1bn settlement to meet the majority of claims against it for its role in the 2010 Gulf of Mexico oil spill.
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UK luxury carmaker Aston Martin hires senior Nissan executive Andy Palmer as its new chief executive.
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Gordon Brown says an independent Scotland would become "an international outcast" if it refused to accept a share of UK debt.
Australia scraps a controversial mining tax after the government strikes a deal with business tycoon Clive Palmer's political party.
Activity in the UK's manufacturing sector grew at its slowest pace for 14 months in August, a survey finds, while a separate study also suggests a slowdown.
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England's top female rugby players will be paid for the first time as the Women's Sevens squad turns professional.
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