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Scrimping on Payroll Services Will Red-Flag Your Business With the IRS.

The IRS is serious about payroll tax laws and the penalties and fines for those who don’t comply are stiff. If you are a small business owner who processes your own payroll, or who hires an employee who dedicates time to processing payroll, you are probably wasting a minimum of 12 days per year that could be spent generating new business.

Our payroll services are cost-effective, giving you back the time you need to run your company and focus in improving your products and services. We keep up with the changing federal and state tax laws so that you don’t have to.

And because we understand that the needs for every business vary, we offer you three different levels of payroll services.

Comprehensive Payroll Services

This is your full-service, no hassle payroll plan where we provide the following…

  • on-time payroll check preparation and laser printing on blank, maximum security check stock
  • free direct deposits
  • IRS and State Tax reporting, as well as EFTPS tax deposits
  • easy to understand monthly, quarterly, and annual payroll tax reports including W2, W3, and 1099 forms
  • employee sick day, vacation and personal day accruals
  • creation and filing of required tax paperwork for new hires

Post-Payroll Services

If you prefer to manually process your payroll checks, we can help by providing the following services…

  • your data records into our files for problem free maintenance and reporting
  • IRS and State Tax reporting, as well as EFTPS tax deposits
  • easy to understand monthly, quarterly, and annual payroll tax reports including W2, W3, and 1099 forms
  • employee sick day, vacation and personal day accruals
  • creation and filing of required tax paperwork for new hires

 On-Line Payroll Processing

Enter employee hours and earning online and you will get…

  • the ability to print your own payroll checks on your own computer
  • free direct deposits
  • IRS and State Tax reporting, as well as EFTPS tax deposits
  • easy to understand monthly, quarterly, and annual payroll tax reports including W2, W3, and 1099 forms
  • employee sick day, vacation and personal day accruals
  • creation and filing of required tax paperwork for new hires

Other Payroll Services

We can also help you with the following…

  • Worker’s Compensation Audits
  • Unemployment Claims
  • Social Security Audits
  • Child Support Audits
  • W-2 and W-3 processing
  • 1099 and 1096 processing
  • Preparation/assistance with Federal and State registration forms

Please contact us for a FREE consultation and to get payroll processing estimates for your business.

Ready to come in for an appointment?

Our schedule is very full…but if you call us at (626) 357-9703 or email us we’ll give you two options for coming in right away! We will NOT make dealing with a tax professional as painful as it’s been in the past!

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