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When it comes to managing employees, nothing is more important than making sure their paychecks are accurate and delivered on time. With ASAP Payroll, your business can rest easy knowing your employees’ paycheck is being handled on the industry’s leading payroll and tax engine Asure.
Whether it’s a simple payroll for a small company or a complex payroll for a large company with multiple locations, ASAP Payroll can handle nearly every type of payroll.
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We have used ASAP Payroll since 1991. They are, by far, one of the most cost effective payroll companies out there. Their staff is friendly and efficient. They are quick to handle any issues without any problems. We would recommend ASAP Payroll to any business, regardless of size. Whether you have 2 or 500 employees, they can definitely meet your needs.
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Knowing what money and benefits you are entitled to receive, as well as what taxes and other deductions will be taken out of your paycheck are important. Once you are familiar with these items, be sure to review each paycheck for accuracy. Exempt versus non-exempt status Employees are classified as…
If you’ve just landed your first job, take the time to understand your paycheck. Know what money and benefits you are entitled to receive, as well as what taxes and other deductions will be taken out of your paycheck. Once you are familiar with these items, be sure to review…
SUTA stands for State Unemployment Tax Act in Indiana. This is the law that requires employers to pay into the unemployment compensation system. Employer contributions are added to the Indiana Unemployment Benefit Trust Fund, which then funds unemployment compensation for qualified applicants. The standard rate for new employers is currently 2.5% of the first…