Electronic Ways for Small Businesses to Pay Employees

by Tim AustinMarch 8, 2019 8:00 AM

Who doesn’t love payday? For many employees, payday makes them feel better than Christmas. As a small business owner, you have the freedom to decide how to handle payroll at your organization. Talk about a huge responsibility. It’s important to get it right, as payroll done wrong can cost a small business owner time and money. 

There are a few different methods for distributing employee pay, but savvy business owners find that electronic payroll methods like direct deposit and payroll cards streamline the process and keep employees satisfied. We explored the different types of payment methods to help you determine the best payroll solution for your business.

 Small business owner determining employee pay.


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Three Big Business Benefits of Online Payroll

by Tim AustinJanuary 24, 2017 8:00 AM

Business owners should feel like shouting “mayday” when preparing for pay day. Unfortunately, payroll management can be a time-consuming, frustrating ordeal for owners if they don’t have any help. 

Payroll needs to be done securely, accurately, and on-time, which leads to extra aggravation, but it’s better than having several employees questioning where their paychecks are or why they’re incorrect. Online payroll helps business owners streamline the process by giving them the tools to make management faster and easier. Here are three big benefits of using online payroll for your business. 

Image of a keyboard for online payroll.




How to Save Money and Get More Time for your Small Business

by Tim AustinJanuary 27, 2014 9:15 AM

Are you looking for a way to reduce administration costs for your small business? Have you considered how much time (and money) you would save if you didn’t have to prepare and process your payroll and payroll taxes?

When you outsource payroll services, there are a number of benefits. The most essential for small businesses is that you can take the time you used to spend on payroll and devote it to building your business. 

“Women operators at Midvale Company payroll machine in Time Office, April 29, 1949” by Kheel Center, Cornell University


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