Payroll mistakes can happen faster than you think, and are often expensive and time-consuming to fix. Using a payroll service is the first step toward minimizing financial risk and taking back control of your schedule—but not all payroll services are created equal.
For most small businesses, the right payroll fit comes down to features, support, and flexibility—and you should assess any provider for their capabilities related to:
We’ve put together a list of 5 questions to ask when choosing a payroll provider, and also explain why these questions and a payroll provider’s answers are so important. Download our one page guide What to Look for in a Payroll Provider today.
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