Cloud Payroll service

Can a Cloud Based Payroll Service Still Be on a Personal Basis With Your Business

Payroll is a service that most businesses outsource. However, a business can often times be disappointed with the lack of personal contact and availability from their newly chosen provider.

When support is needed from the payroll service, it can seem that customer care is coming from the cloud, not just the payroll service. Customer service should always be coming from people, not a cloud.

You should be able to benefit from the convenience and cost savings available through outsourcing your payroll services to an online service and still receive personal care when you need support and assistance. The relationship with your payroll service does not have to be impersonal just because it is an online service.

For instance, Payroll Unlimited, Inc. is a full service payroll company that has been providing payroll and benefits solutions to small and medium size businesses in New Jersey, New York, and nationwide since 1992. The key difference for Payroll Unlimited compared to the other payroll service providers is the professional, knowledgeable individual that answers the phone every time!

To quote just one customer;

Payroll Unlimited has been extremely helpful and I have had nothing but great experiences dealing with this company for over 19 years.  What I really like is that when you call them there is ALWAYS a live pleasant knowledgeable person to talk to and not a recording.  To me that means so much.  Their reports are always accurate.  They are extremely accommodating for all our needs.  I highly recommend them to any company or individual who is interested in their services.
Eda H.
Office Manager, Real Estate Management

Call Payroll Unlimited at 201-703-1313 and you will speak to a live person that understands payroll, HR and benefits administration.

Here, you can see a quick demo? To see a live demo, fill out this form. When you submit the form, you will also receive an Employee Self-Service Report.



Outsourcing Payroll Should Benefit the Employee and the Employer

Almost all businesses outsource their payroll services. A business can have several reasons or objectives to meet. However, the result should always be better service to the employee and reduced cost and effort for the employer.

For the employer, the benefits can be to reduce their in-house training, concentrate on their core business or ensure that they are providing the best services to their employees. The benefits to the employee should be access to knowledgeable resources. This can be through personal contact or employee self-service.

Business payrolls are complicated. Assorted taxes must be filed consistently and accurately to applicable regulatory agencies. These regulations are in a constant state of change. To be an expert resource for employees is a tremendously difficult task. To take the role of the expert on these changing regulations creates a business risk that is unnecessary.

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Payroll Reports

Automated Payroll Reports Reduce Costs and Risk

A cloud-based payroll service can greatly reduce your costs by helping you avoid unnecessary penalties by staying in front of ever-changing regulatory requirements.

Payroll Reporting is one of the major benefits of an automated payroll process. Automated reports can quickly provide analysis of the data and organize the information into required formats meeting government regulations.

As the National Payroll Reporting Consortium (NPRC) states “Federal, state and local agencies have developed a wide variety of reporting rules, formats and media over time. This diversity alone poses significant challenges for the Industry. Here are a few examples:

  • Mandatory use of specific reporting media, such as electronic filing or payments, may apply to either payroll service organizations, or to large employers.
  • Some states ask that particular technologies be employed, which may have been designed for individual employers, or are otherwise inappropriate for bulk filings.
  • The Industry has difficulties with unique client authorization requirements, such as state-specific Powers of Attorney, notarization, or additional registration requirements such as supplemental authorization forms to report using an electronic technology.”

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