Are you an employer with a small payroll (one to ten employees)? Are you with another national payroll service? If so, you are probably paying 50% to 70% more in fees than you would with DirectPay. Why pay premium fees for less service? Our clients are happy that a live person answers the phone, and they receive quick and courteous service. Please call or email us today for a quick quote.
DirectPay Payroll Service goes the extra mile to provide great customer service. Last week, several accounting professionals asked for information regarding mutual clients. These accountants have electronic access, but sometimes there is a rush, and they prefer that we send it over in a secure email. We responded quickly and pleasantly. A live person answers our phone, and our clients do not sit on hold. We would love to tell you more about DirectPay Payroll and our superior service. Please call or email today.
When you go on vacation you feel relaxed and carefree. DirectPay Payroll Service clients feel that way all the time about their payroll processing. DirectPay strives to give the very finest personal service. We never leave a client waiting or confused, and we have no pricing gimmicks. Please give us a call to discuss your company’s payroll, and how we can help.
A client once told me, “DirectPay Payroll is the best value of all my vendors. All the paychecks, direct deposit, payroll returns, and tax deposits that you handle for me is incredible.” I think back on his comment when I am signing up new accounts. I know for certain that DirectPay Payroll will provide the finest in payroll processing, and give you peace of mind. If you think your payroll service is not quickly responsive, has fees that are not clearly understandable, or you get passed person to person when there is something to be discussed, please call us at [...]
We, at DirectPay Payroll understand your frustration with being directed to websites and other electronic help sites. "I have a simple question, and the answer is no where to be found. Now I have to log into something." We hear you. At DirectPay, a live person answers the telephone, that person understands payroll and can probably answer your question on the spot. Our emails are answered right right away, and many of our clients prefer email. Each of our clients have a dedicated payroll specialist who understands each payroll and the history of that payroll. The clients who came to [...]
Employers who kept employees on payroll during the Covid slowdown are eligible to receive tax credits. There are many confusing rules surrounding this, but if you were genuinely paying employees while the company made less money, you are probably eligible. If you are a current client of DirectPay Payroll Services, you are in luck. We charge only to amend the 941 quarterly returns, and help you gather the additional information required. If you are with a competing payroll service, you will pay more for amendments (and get this) may have to pay the payroll service a percentage of your tax [...]
Wouldn't you prefer to have your payroll processed by a local company with helpful staff? Where a live person always answers the phone? Where your needs come first and solutions are timely? Where your fees are fair and understandable? We offer the very finest in payroll processing. Please call us at 704-921-2730 to discuss more about DirectPay Payroll.
As a business owner or manager, there are two things that create particular stress points in connection with room for error, financial loss, and legal liability: payroll and taxes. Did you know payments to part-time, full-time, or contract workers are deductible, but that if you use taxes withheld from employees to fund your operations, you are personally liable for paying back the IRS with possible added penalties? Common Payroll Mistakes: Setting up your payroll incorrectly Falling behind on tax payments and filings Miscalculating overtime Running payroll too late Forgetting to keep records Bad bookkeeping Common Tax Preparation Mistakes: Incorrectly reporting [...]
The Department of Labor and the Internal Revenue Service have joined together in an initiative to end the practice of misclassifying employees as independent workers or contractors. Millions of workers are misclassified as independent contractors instead of employees, which represents millions in lost payroll tax payments that are used to pay for programs such as Social Security and Medicare. If violations are reported, an employer could be subjected to penalties that include 20 percent of all the wages paid, plus 100 percent of the FICA taxes (employer and employee share) as well as criminal penalties up to $1,000 per misclassified [...]
New online resource is available from the IRS to help you understand the Affordable Care Act (ACA) and ACA tax implications. IRS Publication 5187