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Does anyone have a suggestion for a web based payroll service for less than 5 employees?

Do you have any experience on inexpensive tools?


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David Still
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Gwen Farrell
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Certified Business Performance Advisor at Insperity; Business Developer; Revenue Generation; Employee Productivity
Insperity offers a web based payroll service for companies with as few as 1 or 2 employees. http://www.insperity.com/products/payroll-software
Rick Stratton
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Rick Stratton Entrepreneur
Great States Software / Feed.Us / MKEcribs
I used SurePayroll.com, back when they first launched. It was quite helpful and affordable. They've since been acquired by paychex. I vow never to have employees, but that's where I'd start if I did.
Rick Stratton
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Greg, whatever you end up with, will you post the results back here? I'd like to know what works for you. Thanks!
Katie McKown
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I used QBO for payroll years ago - inexpensive and to the point, no bells and whistles though. I am currently using Paylocity for 2 companies; one with 15 FTE and the other has 11 FTE--- the price point is right on and you can add modules as you grow.
Lawrence Bell
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Balance Point Payroll [removed to protect privacy]
Alec Truitt
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Account Executive, DoubleClick Channel Sales at Google
I have also heard great reviews about Justworks (https://justworks.com/). They provide a few different solutions including payroll.
Jenn Steele
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We had good luck with ZenPayroll--even when we moved to needing to deal with sales commissions.
Logan Kleier
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Logan Kleier Entrepreneur
Founder/CEO at SecondSight. We tame application sprawl with simple, actionable SaaS application usage data.
Xero (formerly Zen payroll) and Quickbooks Online are two good options. They cost roughly the same amount. At this point, I'd say that these types of services are mostly commodities and you're choosing an interface that you like better, as opposed to a feature set that one company has mastered better than the others.
Victor Puchi, CPA, CGMA
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QuickBooks online payroll is simple cost effective and a proven product. They also cover all states which may be the only thing they have over Xero.
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