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Payroll??

howardsells2000

LawnSite Senior Member
Location
Maryland
I'm hiring my first employee and have an appointment with my accountant next week. Maybe I will have some advice for you then.
 

RedWingsDet

LawnSite Gold Member
Location
Detroit
Paying $175 per week for a payroll service got old quick. So now I have the payroll feature that works with quickbooks 2007. However I cant figure any of it out. Its pissin me off, i spend $200 and I cant figure it out. Im sure im just overlooking something. Anyhelp?/Tips?/Etc?
 

mslawn

LawnSite Senior Member
Location
LA
Payroll is simple. I can not figure out how people think it is so difficult. I use to do it by hand, but now I use versacheck payroll and takes ten minutes each week after downloading time from the jobclocks. Once a month trip to the bank for 941 deposits,quarterly 941's Quarterly state U.E., yearly w-2's,w-3 and yearly 940(in some cases quarterly).
 

spazfam

LawnSite Member
Location
Milwaukee, WI
We use Paychex 36.00 month min plus check,tax filing fees and postage it works out to about 100 a month. They handle all the tax issues. Saves me a lot of time .
 

Equipguy

LawnSite Senior Member
Location
Orlando, Fl
Ck out Medlin Accounting. It's a shareware program, runs about $50 per year. Really easy to use, 941's and most other reports you'll need. Good user support too.:weightlifter:
 

Dstosh

LawnSite Senior Member
Location
Western New York
We use Paychex 36.00 month min plus check,tax filing fees and postage it works out to about 100 a month. They handle all the tax issues. Saves me a lot of time .
I do the same. What is nice as well is that they offer Workers Comp. So it is nice to deal with one person for the whole ball of wax.
 
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