Can you recommend a payroll service for a start-up?
I seek complete payroll services that includes tax withholdings, federal and state filings, and W2s. And, of course I am seeking something - good and cheap - advice welcomed.
If you are a small company, you might want to check out Payroll Software. With their web-based system they offer almost all the benefits of tax compliance, employee attendance, leave tracking as well payroll processing. Due to lower costs, almost negligible maintenance, improvised security and 100% accuracy more and more Singaporean entrepreneurs have started relying on this software as a better option to outsourcing payroll services.
MypayrollHR is a great service you should check out. Our cloud based solution combines a powerful payroll & a web-based HR application along with the convenience of services typically offered by payroll outsourcing providers. Companies currently using payroll software for small business will benefit from the lower maintenance costs & improved security that our payroll solution has to offer.
Click on my profile for more information or a way to contact me.
Greetings. I just joined and I saw this post. I'm sure you have found a provider, but we have built a company since the 90's to be what ADP, Paychex, ETC are not..affordable and accountable. We guarantee the accuracy of our work ..plain and simple. Let me know if you would like to see a proposal and our service guarantee and I would be happy to send and discuss if you wish.
Zenpayroll.com it's super easy to use cheap,and you can do w2s and 1099's
You should definitely give a try to Replicon. Along with the payroll the overall business management is taken care by the software and also the applications does make an effective approach in getting the end result.
Intuit Payroll is great for small to medium sized companies. The apps and other services that incorporate quickbooks are invaluable to small business.
Try DM Payroll (www.dmpayroll.com). Very inexpensive and have had no problems with them.
If it's not too late:
Although I offer payroll services myself, I have also heard good things from my colleagues about ZenPayroll.
Either PAYCHEX or ADP although I believe PAYCHEX is cheaper and will do all that you seek. You can check their sites.
ADP does my payroll and they do a great job. I've need had an issue with them in over 12 years. They are well respected by the IRS too, so their clients are less likely to be audited.
that would be me. We do payroll and HR services and can be a great resource for you. Let;'s talk. Give me a call or reply with a good time and number to reach you at.
508 439 4730
Are you looking for an outside service or a software package? Where are you geographically? I'm in the New England area and there are some excellent smaller payroll processing companies around here who are reasonably priced and work well with small companies and start-ups. Feel free to email me directly if you're in my area and I'll give you some contacts. firstname.lastname@example.org
When I consulted with a start-up retailer in Ohio which opened 8 stores in two years I retained Paychex. They were excellent and very responsive. The group I worked with was out of Ohio. Contacts I used at that time (feel free to use my name-retailer was Linens & More for Less!) My contacts at that time were LeeAnne Murphy 216-292-1800x23037 and Angelo Cirino x23052). I do not know if they are still there but I am sure someone from that office can give you contact information from their office in your area. Good Luck!
Always seek recommendations from your local area. For example, Chamber of Commerce or other business groups. In the DFW area I would recommend ExponentHR.
Paul, I may be late in response. Worth looking at http://www.cross-domain.com/Crossdomain_PeopleWorks_Advantage-77.aspx PeopleWorks. Cloud based solution. All the best.
We were using ADP through our bank (CHASE) and just switched to Zenpayroll.com.
So far it's been faster, easier and has completely automated payments, deposits and federal/state tax filing.
It integrates with our favorite accounting software (Freshbooks.com) as well as QuickBooks and Xero.
...and it's $29/month +$2/month for each additional employee. No hidden fees of any sort and first 2 months are free.
Personally, I'm very happy with MontPac http://www.montpac.com/. I can recommend them - if you're looking for a full-service, which is good & cheap.
ADP is the number one payroll provider in the world. I consult specifically with small business and start up companies. We have an excellent platform tailored specifically to your type of an organization. Our bundles include everything that you would need to fulfill your payroll and tax filing needs. Feel free to reach out to me directly either by email or phone for a quote. I am happy to tack on an additional discount just because you've used Mosaic to get in contact with us!
Here are just a few of ADP’s unique advantages:
• ADP offers peace of mind with up-front pricing; no surprise invoices or hidden costs.
• ADP takes full liability for your payroll tax depositing, filing, and reconciling
• ADP has been the industry leader since 1949.
• ADP has been honored with a 99.9% accuracy rating with the IRS.
• ADP offers payroll processing and delivery guaranteed error-free and on time, or that processing is free!
• ADP is designed to grow with your business and offers a complete solution from hiring to retiring.
I hope to hear from you soon!
Really appreciate the feedback here. After consulting many of the services suggested here and elsewhere, I am inclined to proceed with Solex.
In my quote to provide full payroll services
- Monthly direct deposit and tax admin $39/mo and $0.80 for each additional employee or independent contractor
- W2s - annual $35 base fee + $4 per employee
- No other hidden costs
- They also offer integration with Quickbooks
While I found a few others charging less, Solex seems much more transparent and guarantee their price for 2 years!
Finally, I was intrigued by a new service, https://zenpayroll.com/ with a $25 base price but unclear about hidden costs where they have no phone number on their home page although high regarded among Silicon Valley startups.
Thanks again to all for the great suggestions.