Looking for a payroll service that best suits your needs? There are a lot of choices out there, but how can you find the best service for you and your business? Let’s compare two: GetPayroll and Paychex:
SET UP FEES
Paychex charges a setup fee for all their clients right out of the gate, regardless of the tier selected. GetPayroll, on the other hand, has no payroll setup fee for any client.
GetPayroll has CPAs on staff to represent and advocate to all taxing authorities, including the IRS, for free! GetPayroll also has a U.S. Tax Court Practitioner to represent clients in US Tax Court, if needed, at no additional cost. Not even Paychex’s Pro plan offers these kinds of protections. If you are a Paychex client and have compliance issues with taxing authorities, you will probably need to hire an expensive tax attorney.
According to Trustpilot.com, one of the biggest drawbacks of Paychex is the poor customer service experience. Clients’ issues range from long wait times to speak with reps that just can’t help them with their issues. While at GetPayroll, you can talk to your payroll specialist, the operations manager, or even the president, directly, on any weekday.
FEES FOR W-2S
Paychex charges additional fees for W-2s and 1099s forms as well as additional reports beyond the standard reports. GetPayroll, on the other hand, does not charge extra fees for any type of worker.
Paychex may be one of the largest payroll processors in the nation, but that means they are a huge bureaucracy. If you have a problem it may be easy to get lost in the crowd as reviews on Trustpilot have shown.
GetPayroll is a 30-year-veteran-owned small business. Its CEO is a United States Marine Corps veteran. GetPayroll understands what small businesses go through every day, because, they go through it too.
With these comparisons in mind, it’s easy to see that GetPayroll can bethe optimal choice for all small to medium size businesses. Get a competitive quote today!