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Small Business Payroll

Painless Payroll for Your Business

Our payroll department will handle all your company's payroll needs, from withholdings to check cutting. We’ll make sure your employees are paid accurately and on time.

Proven Perfect Payroll System

Our confidential, cost-effective PERFECT Payroll Service eliminates the tedious chore of payroll processing in your office. Our payroll department will produce professional, computer-generated checks for your business along with any payroll reports and analyses you need. Additionally, our services include the generation of all of your quarterly 941's, federal and state unemployment reports, federal and state tax deposits, and W-2's.

• Each Pay period
Our payroll department will generate your payroll checks and get them to you conveniently, whether you chose to pick them up, have them mailed or direct deposited. We’ll also include employee earnings statements, payroll journals, and management reports.

• Each Tax Deposit Period
During each of the tax deposit periods we’ll take care of:
•Federal Deposit Forms
•Federal Deposit Checks
•State Withholding Forms
•State Withholding Checks
•Federal Unemployment Tax

• Each Quarter
For each quarter, our payroll team will complete your company's 941 Quarterly returns, State Unemployment Tax Return and Tax Check.

• Each Year
Throughout the year, we’ll ensure proper withholdings are made for Federal and State W-2's, complete W-3 Reconciliations as well as any 940 Federal Unemployment reports. For the end of the year, we’ll prepare and send out your employees' W-2 forms, with detail YTD Earnings Reports for you and your individual employees.

• Additional Services (Additional Fees May Apply)
We understand that every business is unique. Some may require extra services that others may not need.

In those cases, we offer several additional payroll services to include:

• Direct Deposit
• New Hire Forms
•Withholding Garnishments
•Signature Stamp
•Worker's Compensation Audit Representation
•EFTPS
•Pension Plans
•Envelope Stuffing
•Optional Delivery or Priority Mail
•Tax and Tip Configuration for Restaurants

(Note: Additional Fees May Apply for the above additional services.)

Our Services

What Should I Bring To My Payroll Meeting?

Documents

• W-4's
• I-9 Forms
• Any New Hire Forms

Other Information

• EIN Number
• Employee Pay Rates
• Employee Hours
• Direct Deposit Information
• Business Bank Information

Please Note: This is a generalized list of what is required for a payroll appointment. As each business's needs will differ, we will notify you on what to specifically bring when booking your initial appointment.

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