We can fulfill your payroll needs so you can focus on doing what you enjoy best—running your business. In today's hectic business world, it's a challenge to juggle all of the daily tasks necessary to keep your business running efficiently. One of the most time-consuming tasks any business owner faces is payroll. Today’s payroll processing involves much more than simply handing out regular paychecks. There are taxes, deductions, changes in payroll laws, year-end documentation, and more to worry about. And the list continues to grow. Those headaches can stop here.
By entrusting your payroll responsibilities to us, you turn this complicated administrative chore into a trouble-free function in your business that is both cost- and time-effective. Once we are handling your payroll, there's no need for you to staff an employee dedicated to this task, and no need to purchase or maintain your own payroll system. As your experienced payroll partner, we will handle all of your payroll needs, including check processing and printing, direct deposit, W-2 and 1099 processing, filing up-to-date quarterly and annual payroll taxes, and posting payroll activity to your accounting system. Better yet, all of our services are offered electronically, saving you time, money and reducing costly mistakes. Your employees will also enjoy a more modern payroll experience through secure online access to their paycheck stub information and W-2s, eliminating hours of distribution time.
What do accountants do with themselves after tax season? Actually, the same thing they do during busy season: They work hard for their clients. The only difference is that instead of cranking out tax returns, they help clients work through other aspects of their financial health—including issues revealed during the yearly tax return process.
Spend it? Save it? Invest it? Share it? Here are a few ideas for putting your tax refund to work for you:
Most professions have their own lingo, and accounting is no different. What is different is that you have a vested interest in understanding what your accountant tells you about your financial situation. So, here’s a quick primer on common accounting terms—some business-related, some general—to keep you in the know: