SBS Payroll, a payroll service bureau, has launched a new I Heart Payroll service (view press release). The service offers small businesses a payroll solution tailored to their specific needs. The online system includes: payroll processing for up to 10 employees, paperless reports and direct deposit vouchers, payroll tax processing and payments, direct deposit, new hire reporting, employee self-serve, job costing, workers’ comp tracking, quarterly and year-end tax filing, 1099s, and federal tax filing.
“I Heart Payroll™ is an exciting launch for SBS, which could lead to a large increase in revenue for our company. NACHA recently stated that 50% of checks are issued by small businesses, so the market for this service is huge,” said Leigh Hansen, Director of Operations for SBS Payroll. “We are all excited about this product and its potential; plus February is the perfect month to share our love for payroll with the local small business community. We truly love what we do and it shows in the service we provide to our clients.”
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