Payroll services anyone using one?

Kory

Member
I know Steve button uses ADP. Does any one else use a service? What are some pros and cons you have experienced. In theory it sounds good but for $60 a week it just is not making sence to me. I could see maybe $30 a week but still it's only me and 2 employees. Any input would be great.
 

Ron Musgraves

Exterior Restoration Specialist
Staff member
I know Steve button uses ADP. Does any one else use a service? What are some pros and cons you have experienced. In theory it sounds good but for $60 a week it just is not making sence to me. I could see maybe $30 a week but still it's only me and 2 employees. Any input would be great.

Adp is it brother , they have bought all the banks out


Text me anytime for question 480-522-5227
 

Art Oliveri

Roundtable Host 2009
I use Bank America Easy on line Payroll service. $15.00 a month. It flies al your quarterly and annual forms. Works great for me. Best part is you don't need to go to your accountant till the end of the year.
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ADP the main reason I use a payroll service is so I can get my Workers Comp through them. They take out each pay period based on the earnings for that pay period.
 

AspenPW

New member
We use our accountant. They fill out all forms for us. All I do when hiring someone is send over the employee info. If we get anything I just fax it to them. $500 a year to do both out taxes and payroll. Negotiate with your accountant. Its well worth it.
 

pdmcali

New member
We use our QuickBooks it does all the calucations and prints checks. Once a qtr I do a portable backup and email to our accountant for doing qtrly tax reports. They also do any other tax reports from the portable backups as well such as county busness tax return ect ect. At end of year the accountant also do the W2 and 1099 along with our 1065. I pay 125.00 a qtr and at end of year 375.00.
 

Ron Musgraves

Exterior Restoration Specialist
Staff member
I use Bank America Easy on line Payroll service. $15.00 a month. It flies al your quarterly and annual forms. Works great for me. Best part is you don't need to go to your accountant till the end of the year.
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I'm surprised, most of the other banks pay checks or adp bought out. I loved using bofa years ago


Text me anytime for question 480-522-5227
 

Art Oliveri

Roundtable Host 2009
I'm surprised, most of the other banks pay checks or adp bought out. I loved using bofa years ago


Text me anytime for question 480-522-5227

I think BOA teamed up with Intuit for there payroll service. What ever,
I think it works good for my company.
 

Steven Button

Administrator
Kory, my payroll invoice states $69.21 every 2 weeks for:

Payroll Checks Prepared
Tax Filing
Delivery
Poster Compliance Service
New Hire Reporting
Garnishment Payment Service
Employee Access
General Ledger Interface
Electronic Reports

I also pay $10 every 2 weeks for processing the 'pay-by-pay' workers comp. However, I get a 30% discount on the $69.21 - I think this was offered by Aaron when I first signed up. Every 2 weeks my final invoice amount from ADP is $58.45.

Did you get your quote over the phone? I'd maybe check to see if there is a local rep - I couldn't reach Aaron the cell phone number I had for him... work the NCE related magic to see if you can get a discount! (... want to add that I think it is a great service and makes life a lot easier!)
 
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Paul Kassander

New member
I do all mine in house the tax update is like 275 a year and keeps up with all the form changes and tax changes. I just have a check list that i follow to make sure i file all the forms each month. Everyting is really automated in my software that way. I use Peachtree but Quicbooks should have that service too.
 

AZ PowerWash Pros

New member
We use ADP for payroll and recently switched over to workers comp with them too. I love ADP the RUN program is the easiest way to do payroll in the world. I even have the App so I can run payroll from the beach of Hawaii! haha
 

RandyB

New member
We use a company called The Reserves Network. They do all the payroll and provide workers comp. The only problem is the mark-up. A $9.00 per hour crew member costs just under $13.50 total to us. The upside is we have nothing to do but write the check. No hassle no headache. If someone has an accident they handle ALL of it. Had a crew member claim work comp on a hand rash this year, they told him to stop in for a pee test, when he didn't show they terminated him and denied the claim. We have nothing to deal with ever.
 

Ron Musgraves

Exterior Restoration Specialist
Staff member
We use a company called The Reserves Network. They do all the payroll and provide workers comp. The only problem is the mark-up. A $9.00 per hour crew member costs just under $13.50 total to us. The upside is we have nothing to do but write the check. No hassle no headache. If someone has an accident they handle ALL of it. Had a crew member claim work comp on a hand rash this year, they told him to stop in for a pee test, when he didn't show they terminated him and denied the claim. We have nothing to deal with ever.

I wonder about that in some states being legal?
 
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