Overall Satisfaction with Intuit Payroll
Intuit Payroll is a standard offering and natural candidate for businesses engaged with any other Intuit offerings, such as QuickBooks Online or Desktop. We have a relatively small team operating in a needlessly complex state, so payment to employees and management of payroll-related benefits and documentation for personnel and tax purposes can get hairy. Integration with our preexisting accounting products was certainly a bonus.
- Scheduled or manual payments to employees works well
- Direct deposits or cheque options is helpful
- Tax document management was surprisingly low in pain
- Customer support for payroll went above and beyond
- Intuit products across the board are unfairly priced for small businesses.
- 2020 special conditions were confusing and slow to roll out due to pandemic legislation.
- Payroll freed up an incredible amount of time for my employees and business managers
It's a payroll software with decent customer support readily available and direct integration with my accounting tools. This made it a prime fit for me, and made payment and tax reporting relatively simple, and errors readily correctable. It does not have time tracking, and I still believe that this software is overpriced, but it's the best fit for me right now.
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You'll probably end up on Intuit Payroll if you have a Quickbooks product. You're in their sales funnel already, and with all your bookkeeping already existing within an Intuit product, you'll find this takes a lot off your plate. If you're not a Quickbooks user, you may want to shop for a dedicated software that has a cleaner interface and more competitive price.