QuickBooks Desktop vs Intuit Online Payroll – Free Webinar
TIME: 2 pm Eastern (1 pm Central)
Most businesses think the only choices they have regarding payroll management is paying employees by cash or direct deposit. But there are a variety of ways to manage your payroll and the best option should be made based on which is right for you, your business and your skill set.
Payroll is one of the most important tasks for any business, you need to make sure that you keep your employees happy by making certain that they are paid correctly and on time!
And if you are thinking of using a payroll software product or subscription, you need to identify which payroll method is right for YOUR business.
Kim Shannon, President of Off-Site Business Services and Nancy Smyth President of Sunburst Software Solutions, Inc. will discuss QuickBooks payroll options for Desktop and Online payroll in a FREE one-hour webinar on Wednesday, May 13 at 2 pm Eastern, 1 pm Central. They will discuss overall payroll reporting, show examples of reports from each method and provide some generic pricing information.
The webinar is part of a series to help business owners manage their database. To register, go to https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/
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