Susan E. McLaughlin P.A.
For businesses who employ workers, or who retain independent contractors, quarterly and annual payroll reporting requirements are complicated and time consuming. Laws regarding the timing and method of making payroll deposits have changed and substantial penalties can be assessed if these laws not adhered to. For most Subchapter S Corporations, the IRS requires that a fair wage be paid to working shareholders, resulting in the need for quarterly payroll reports even for those businesses that do not employ non-owner staff.
My firm can relieve your business of these reporting obligations by preparing all of the necessary quarterly and annual payroll forms, including W-2ís, and 1099ís. I provide the invaluable peace of mind of knowing that payroll tax reporting deadlines are met.