Timekeeping: We calculate the time displayed on the time card or time sheet, making any pertinent adjustments, and ensuring the employees are paid accordingly.

Payroll Processing: include making changes to employees’ payroll data, which includes form W-4 changes and pay adjustments from a prior pay period. It involves adjusting pay rates upon approval; processing new hires and terminations; setting up direct deposits; paying benefit days, including vacation, sick, and personal time and holidays; figuring overtime pay; and ensuring statutory and voluntary deductions are properly deducted. Printing the pay checks or sending the direct deposit file to the bank. Wage reporting and payroll tax payment purposes, we forward payroll tax documents and related files to the appropriate department.

Payroll Accounting: maintain the payroll accounts and decides if new accounts are necessary. We enter payroll transactions, such as salaries and taxes paid for each pay period into the payroll journal and ensures the company complies with the various payroll tax laws. We guide the payroll staff on how to handle complex payroll tasks within the accounting structure. Preparing for internal and external audits are critical aspects of payroll accounting.

Record-keeping: According to the U.S. Department of Labor, employers are required to keep payroll records for at least three years. Records that determine wage amounts, such as time cards, must be kept for at least two years and should be open for inspection by the government. Payroll duties include meeting these criteria.

Worker's compensation
Instant pay-checks calculation and printing
Direct deposit
Electronic federal and state tax depositing
Electronic filling of federal forms 940 & 941,
Electronic filling California forms DE9 & DE 9C,
W-2s and 1099's production and filling,
Vacation, sick, PTO accrual
Keep your payroll tax money until it's due,

Guaranteed error-free pay-checks and payroll taxes.