Based on the how you pay yourself thread in another section: How many use a employment agency or similar business (not temp service but business services company) to pay yourself through. Under this circumstance, you obviously pay +/- 10-15% on each dollar, but employment accounting, taxes, etc are taken out so no worries. (actually become pseudo employee of said employment company). Your business writes a single check to company as a pass through service. Also many of these companies offer group insurance offerings (medical, dental, vision, 401K's, etc) that many small businesses could not offer alone, so you and/or employees have options and you don't have to manage them. Good deal with offerings that wouldn't generally work for a small business? OR PITA?