The word payroll is a noun. Payroll means (1) the department that determines the amounts of wage or salary due to each employee, (2) a list of employees and their salaries, (3) the total amount of money paid in wages.
The following articles and web pages elaborate on the word payroll.
Browse this payroll services provider guide and directory to learn about payroll processing services in the United States of America. The photo on this page shows a stopwatch and paper money, symbols of an hourly payroll.
Companies use payroll processing to calculate gross pay, taxes, voluntary deductions, and net pay for their employees. They may use specialized software to calculate payroll internally or via a payroll service.
Many businesses utilize payroll clerks to perform accounting duties. Read about the role of payroll clerks and view a photograph of a vintage payroll time clock and time cards.
ADP provides software to help businesses with payroll processing, 401K retirement benefits, tax management, human resources, and other such management tasks. The website describes all of its products and provides information for purchasing them. Also on the site is information about the company.
This guide to finance provides an overview of the financial services sector plus links to collection agencies, credit analysts, and other financial organizations.
Intuit, located in California, began in 1983 with the popular personal finance software Quicken. Today their most important products are Quicken, QuickBooks, and TurboTax. They also work with businesses, CPAs and retail stores to help with payroll, inventory, and managing books. Users can find out about all their products and support on the website and also place orders.
The following articles provide recent payroll-related news.
The Tampa Bay Rays trail the American League in payroll and attendance but stay near the top of the AL East with potent, often unorthodox pitching.
By Dan Schlossberg, Contributor. Forbes. Friday, 14 Jun 2019 21:00:00 +0000.
Starting in 2025, eligible state residents in Washington State will get $100 per day for 365 days of long-term care costs. A payroll tax will pay for it.
Ron Lieber. New York Times. Tuesday, 14 May 2019 03:55:11 GMT.