12 Questions to Ask when Outsourcing Payroll

| February 4, 2019

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As a small business, there are many questions to ask when outsourcing payroll processes. For most companies, outsourcing payroll represents freeing up valuable time for professionals to perform more impactful functions at the company. So it’s important to find a vendor that saves time, rather than wasting it. Finding the right payroll company begins with asking the right questions and demanding the right services.

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