Looking for a simple to use online payroll solution you can recommend to your small business clients?
Need something that will work in all 50 states?
OnPay offers everything a business needs in an online payroll-related platform, which also offers HR and benefits.
OnPay understands you want to spend your time on something other than payroll, so it gives you an easy to use payroll software with the accuracy to guarantee all your payroll tax filings and payments. In addition, OnPay offers easy self-on-boarding to effortless payroll processing.
And if you ever need assistance or have questions, its Certified Payroll Professionals are available for unlimited customer service.
OnPay payroll is simple. It takes a few clicks or taps to enter hours, review and approve each pay run. In addition, it handles all the federal, state, and local taxes and guarantees the calculations.
Regarding accounting integrations, OnPay provides tremendous flexibility in customizing how your payroll data can be added to QuickBooks (or Xero, for that matter).
Whether using QuickBooks Online or QuickBooks Desktop, wage expenses can be tracked by department, pay type, class or location. And payroll items such as taxes, wages and deductions can be mapped to sub-accounts.
OnPay makes it easy to see the payroll information you care about most with its report designer. You can customize payroll reports to highlight the numbers that matter most, then save those reports in your setup so that report is always available with a single click of your mouse.
OnPay offers more than just payroll—it has HR and Benefits, too. It simplifies human resources for small businesses, from templated documents to online workflows. Best of all, it is part of your monthly payroll service fee.
It can process your new employee by sending offer letters, and simplifying them to onboard themselves with e-sign documents and set up their direct deposit.
OnPay’s HR features simplify delegating and tracking things like orientation training, computer setup and other everyday tasks associated with each new team member.
Regarding tracking leave time, it also makes PTO tracking and approvals simple with customizable accrual policies, employee time off requests within its time reporting app and built-in synchronization to payroll.
And OnPay offers benefits, too. Its insurance agency can serve as your broker to give you a choice in employee benefits coverages, including health, dental, life, vision, and short-term and long-term disability for all 50 states—based upon your employee census information extracted from your payroll data.
In addition, it can shop your coverage with Aetna, United Healthcare, Guardian, Humana, Anthem, and Blue Cross & Blue Shield. It also can provide pay-as-you-go workers’ compensation coverage with your premiums automatically calculated based on each actual payroll, providing seamless premium payment processing.
This streamlines the work you must do in securing coverage and handling the day to day premium management of your workers’ compensation coverage.
You can learn more about OnPay payroll, HR, and benefits at the OnPay website.
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