Intuit Payroll Reviews

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September 12, 2018

The Benefits are Worth It

Score 9 out of 10
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It is unfortunate to be stuck with only one solution and to be paying for each client. The two-day (and in some cases, one day) turn around time really sealed the deal for me. And that is without pre-funding an account. It reduces complexity, so I'm not paying for a bunch of features I am not using. It takes care of the basics without too many frills and I appreciate that.
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I like maintaining one very strong accounting/ERP ecosystem that I trust and that is why I selected Intuit Payroll. The system is trustworthy/reliable, runs on the cloud and integrates with existing QuickBooks products. The pricing becomes more competitive when it is bundled with other Intuit products. Also, Intuit tends to be a company that listens to its customers and accountant implementation partners, and if a feature or area of functionality is suggested or recommended to Intuit, they take it very seriously. They are continually improving and rolling out new features on all their products.
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Score 8 out of 10
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This is a different product in my eyes. Most of the "outsourcers" really take over the entire payroll function, which divorces it from your accounting records --- and then later they try to stuff the results back into accounting through a GJE entry.
If the circumstances are right (small company, few employees, low transaction volume), then QB is just what you need -- without being too much. If you've got WAY more complexity, then start looking around.
WARNING -- if you are familiar with "The Baseball Player Problem" which is known as a ROAMING EMPLOYEE, you'll have to look elsewhere. I'm told by Intuit that there are NO intuit products that can do multi-state income tax withholding (and I'm an Intuit certified Pro Advisor, so I've spoken to everyone who should know). If you don't know what that issue is, then don't worry about it --- plow forward.
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It is great for small business and does plenty to help make payroll and record keeping easier. Cost vs. productivity - it is worth it.
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Feature Scorecard Summary

Pay calculation (3)
9.6
Support for external payroll vendors (2)
4.7
Benefit plan administration (2)
5.3
Direct deposit files (3)
9.3
Salary revision and increment management (2)
8.5
Reimbursement management (3)
9.0

About Intuit Payroll

Intuit Payroll is a small business payroll option available as a standalone software product, as an add-on with Intuit's popular QuickBooks product suite, and also as full-service payroll outsourcing.
Categories:  Payroll

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