Tax Software Done Right
From changing legislations to new payroll tax forms, there’s a lot to keep in mind when preparing and filing returns. But you don’t have to do it alone. Trust our tax preperation services experts to accurately prepare, review, and file the necessary documents for you. Save time and get the support you need to put the confidence back into online tax filing.
Leave It to the Tax Preperation Experts
We're a Registered Reporting Agent with the IRS in all 50 states, Puerto Rico, the Virgin Islands, and Guam. We help you prepare and file:
- 940 federal unemployment returns and 941 quarterly returns
- Federal and state unemployment tax returns
- State and local withholding tax returns
- State and local annual reconciliation
- All W-2s and file with the Social Security Administration
We can also provide and file 1099-MISC forms (employee and employer copies) and give you quarterly and year-end reporting through our dashboards so you can visualize year-end tasks.
Timely, Reliable Payroll Tax Support
Verified federal returns are e-filed within 24 hours. We assume liability, penalty, or interest charge in the event of a Paylocity error.
All funds are reconciled daily for you by tax code. We also show you company-level and employee-level tax setup in real-time.
We resolve tax notices on your behalf, with no change to your address with taxing authorities, and we let you track all federal and state deposits made.
We participate in the IRS Reporting Agent Forum (RAF) Stakeholder Group, undergo annual financial statement and control audits (without exceptions), and deposit in excess of $20B in client tax funds annually.
We implement check-editing capabilities during payroll processing to ensure your returns are error-free. We also alert you to any potential data-validity issues through automated notifications.
6 New Employment Laws to Ensure Compliance in 2020
HR professionals spent much of 2019 balancing changing regulations while getting ready for major changes to law in 2020, including the new Form W-4. We've highlighted six new employment laws you need to know about to help your organization stay compliant in 2020.