YOU ARE NEVER A PROBLEM
PayChex staff of payroll and human resources are highly trained and compassionate. Combined with a calm office atmosphere, you will love visiting the team.
LEARN HOW TO KEEP YOUR SMILE
Premium payroll care starts at the office. Paychex not only service your payroll, but they can teach you how to take care of your business resources.
PART OF A LARGE REFERRAL NETWORK
If you are in need of anything that PayChex are unable to provide they are a part of an extensive network of financial specialists, they will get you where you need to be.
CURRENTLY ACCEPTING NEW PATIENTS
Paychex is ready to help you achieve the smile of your dreams. Contact us today for an appointment with the friendly PayChex staff; lets get you smiling again.
Why should you choose PayChex?
At PayChex the team will help guide you through all your payroll and human resource processes. They also provide emergency reconciliation so that your books are met swiftly, during regular daily business hours.
In the case of an emergency, you will have peace of mind that experts are assisting you quickly and professionally with your payroll service.
Paychex is committed to making sure you are cared for at all times. Listed below is a small overview of the services provided to help you understand exactly what payroll services offer and what they can do for you and your business.
Love To Welcome New Payroll
Lets help you human resource!
Services Paychex Offer
From simple payroll and accounting to the more invasive reconciliation, they practice is able to handle all of your small business needs. Below are just some of our services provided by at PayChex.
The ultimate goal is to make sure every business, big or small has a healthy payroll.
By finding issues early and treating them sooner, it helps prevent serious tax compliance problems in companies of all sizes.
From sole-proprietors to large corporations and everyone in between, Paychex want to make sure you can operate financially sound for a long time to come.
The IRS issues employee identification number (EIN) numbers. This 9-digit number is used on federal and state tax filings for businesses, including payroll tax reporting documents. You can apply for an EIN through IRS.gov.
The EIN number can be used for a variety of business entities, including sole proprietorships, S corporations and C corporations. Assume, for example, that you operate a C corporation, Ganz Manufacturing. Your corporation can operate under more than one fictitious name, and you can use the same EIN number. Ganz Furniture and Ganz Tool and Die, for example, could be fictitious names used by the same corporation.
This policy simplifies the tax filing process. You’ll need to register your fictitious names in the state where your business is headquartered.
Employers use Form I-9 to verify the identity and employment authorization of individuals. Every U.S. employer must have a completed Form I-9 for each worker hired, whether or not the individual is a U.S. citizen. To complete the form, an employee provides documents as evidence of their identity, such as a driver’s license, birth certificate, or passport.
An employer must retain each Form I-9 for a specific period of time, and a state or federal government official may ask to inspect the forms. Government agencies review I-9 forms to verify that each employee is authorized to work in the U.S.
Each worker completes IRS Form W-4 to indicate the amount of tax withheld from gross pay for federal income taxes. Employees complete similar forms for state income tax withholding.
Once a W-4 is completed, the employer uses IRS guidelines to calculate the dollar amount of federal income taxes withheld. Each state has similar guidelines to calculate state tax withholdings.
The payment schedules are published in IRS Publication 15.
Withholding refers to the dollar amount of federal and state income taxes that an employer collects from a worker’s gross pay. The dollar amount is determined based on the IRS W-4 form and the state’s withholding form. The company sends the taxes withheld to the IRS and the state’s department of revenue.
The dollar amounts withheld are reported to the worker on Form W-2 after year-end. It’s the employee’s responsibility to file their personal tax return and calculate their tax liability. The worker subtracts the W-2 taxes withholdings from the tax liability, and any remaining amount of taxes owed should be paid when the tax return is filed. This process applied to both federal and state taxes.
There are many terms associated with running payroll. Here are a few payroll terms you should familiarize yourself with:
- Compensation: Everything you give employees in exchange for their work, like wages, bonuses, and small business employee benefits.
- Deduction: The money you withhold from an employee’s wages for taxes, benefits, etc.
- Gross wages: An employee’s wages before deductions.
- Net wages: An employee’s wages after deductions are taken out.
There are a few ways you can run payroll, depending on what you feel most comfortable with. Business owners can outsource their payroll to a specialist, run payroll by hand, or use payroll software. Generally, outsourcing payroll to a payroll accountant or PEO (professional employer organization) is the most expensive and least time-consuming method while learning how to do payroll by hand is the least expensive and most time consuming. Using payroll software can be a good middle ground to save yourself time and money.
Get in touch with a payroll specialist (855) 674-8590
Latest News & Articles
Take a look below at some of the most up to date news and articles in the world of human resources. We pride ourselves at staying currents with all the latest innovations in the industry.
- ContentsPolitical scientist marthaReform requires leadershipIranian nuclear scientistNetwork [...]
- ContentsTiran miller sufferedRare medical emergenciesDisney featuring buena vistaFind Me A [...]
- ContentsOffers flexible 401(Reform requires leadershipPeriodic tax reports. ... tax [...]
- Customer Support
- Customer Feedback
- Report Abuse
San Francisco, CA 94109
Phone: (855) 674-8590