Anyone use Inuit's Payroll service?

Discussion in 'Lawn Care Business Management' started by lego, Feb 11, 2014.

  1. RedSox4Life

    RedSox4Life LawnSite Bronze Member
    from Mass
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    Income taxes? $250 for me and my wife.
     
  2. Middle Tennessee Lawn

    Middle Tennessee Lawn LawnSite Member
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    We use suntrust bank payroll they file all state, fed, etc and no charge for w2 w4 1099 good up to 50 employees 50. Per month and you can do 401k and fsa plan
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  3. Middle Tennessee Lawn

    Middle Tennessee Lawn LawnSite Member
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    With suntrust they will cut live checks weekly or bi weekly or do direct deposit too they also report new hires for you so all you have to do is i9 form
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  4. trimmasters

    trimmasters LawnSite Senior Member
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    We do use the 28 dollar one only its about 40 with our number of employees. it dose everything for you. All you have to do is push submit when it says your forms are due. about as easy as it gets. it tells you when to do everything. all you do is enter hours and make a few clicks.
     
  5. trimmasters

    trimmasters LawnSite Senior Member
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    it dose the state to. we don't have any local tax here as were not in the city. I think it will do workers comp to but workers comp is so easy we do it our self in 5 minutes
     
  6. lego

    lego LawnSite Senior Member
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    I need to find a guy like yours. I just realized my accounting firm is raping me.
     
  7. lego

    lego LawnSite Senior Member
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    I wonder if I will have to do local as my business is located just outside the city in the township as well I will have to check into that.

    I saw the workers comp part, as of now I know nothing about workers comp I need to figure that part out.
     
  8. RedSox4Life

    RedSox4Life LawnSite Bronze Member
    from Mass
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    I'm not sure how it is in other states, but in MA payroll and workers comp insurance are completely seperate. Workers comp is purchased through your insurance company and paid quarterly/annually etc.. Your policy will be partially based on your payroll dollar amount tho.

    Hope this helps
     
  9. lego

    lego LawnSite Senior Member
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    Yeah It is the same in PA, they are completely separate but based off of payroll wages. I think the lowest for WC insurance in my state is 1,300 per year. That is the state minimal 'I think'.

    So what do you do purchase the WC plan from your insurance company, and then adjust the amounts throughout the year based on payroll wages?
     
  10. RedSox4Life

    RedSox4Life LawnSite Bronze Member
    from Mass
    Posts: 1,426

    The first year you buy the insurance you just estimate your payroll. After that you fill out an audit each year.
     

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