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8 Tips for Your Small Business Payroll

Aug 16, 2016 11:53:42 AM / by Brian Paulson posted in payroll

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Small Business Payroll

Small business payroll can be a time-consuming and stressful task for a small business owner, especially if you run payroll in-house.

According to the National Business Association 2015 Small Business Taxation Survey, 1/3 of small businesses spend more than $6,000 per year on the administration of payroll and payroll taxes. Regardless of the size of the small business, it’s important to have a payroll system in place to protect you from IRS penalties and to ensure your employees are paid on time.

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Benefits of Outsourcing Payroll for Your Small Business

Aug 4, 2016 8:30:00 AM / by Brian Paulson posted in payroll, small business

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Managing Payroll is Complex

When it comes to managing payroll for your small business, you may be using your own accounting software. While the software offers the necessary features to comply with payroll regulations, the overall process can be complex and time consuming, especially as you begin to hire more employees.

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Did Your Small Business File for an Extension This Year?

Apr 19, 2016 8:44:00 AM / by Burt Monroe posted in monthly accounting, taxes, payroll, bookkeeping

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Depending on the health of your business, the decision to file for a tax extension this year may have been for good reason. You may have experienced unexpected growth that led to more complex tax obligations, or you realized you’re just too busy working on your business at this point in the season to accurately process the required forms. These are valid reasons to file for an extension and a good indication you’re ready for professional accounting services moving forward.

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Checklist for Evaluating Your Current Payroll Service

Oct 29, 2015 8:37:00 AM / by Brian Paulson posted in payroll

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Outsourcing your payroll means there’s one less thing on your plate. It simplifies your operations and ensures your payroll will be accurate and timely.

Ideally, a professional payroll provider will deal with confusing tax laws on your behalf and cover the cost of any payroll errors. Knowing you won’t need to deal with the IRS about your payroll is a big plus.

But what if your payroll service is underperforming? Are they doing enough for you, or do feel like their customer service is lacking?

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