Regulatory laws and the IRS have made processing payroll time consuming and thus, a nightmare for many businesses when it comes to paying employees. Payroll links your business with many departments: Department of Treasury (IRS), Social Security Administration, State Department of Revenue, State Department of Labor or Employment, Security, and most importantly…employees. Due to this tight integration, once you make a simple error on payroll, correcting and resolve may become a nightmare.
PGA can help with your payroll needs so the focus is what you do best. RUNNING YOUR BUSINESS! Our payroll services package include:
After the fact payroll services.
PGA will show you how to deduct taxes from your employee’s paycheck.
PGA will facilitate all reporting to the appropriate agencies.
Gross to Net payroll services.
You will send us gross payroll via email or fax.
PGA will email or fax over the net amount after taxes with a detailed tax breakdown of your employee(s) paycheck.
A – Z payroll services
PGA will print/deliver your payroll check or process direct deposit payments.
Checks will be delivered at least 24 hours in advance of scheduled pay date.
This will give you the most time to focus on your business and eliminate any payroll headaches.
Although QuickBooks is designed for install and go, the initial installation and setup process can be very tricky and critical. Proper install and setup of QuickBooks could save you many hours of frustration. Many QuickBooks’ users experience problems with the following items:
To many accounts
Unable to reconcile Account Receivable, Account Payable, Inventory, and bank accounts.
Don’t let this happen to you.
PGA can train you or your employees to properly operate QuickBooks specifically for you business. This will save you time and money by knowing exactly where to put specific items or expenses.
PGA can help you to tune-up your QuickBooks system. PGA will review your transactions, clean up stray entries, balance the general ledger, and reconcile your bank accounts in QuickBooks. PGA recommends this be done at least two times a year based on you needs.
At every stage of your business, planning and budgeting are the keys to success. Whether you are just starting out, growing rapidly, or planning for succession, we can help. PGA can help you take your business further by eliminating daily administrative challenges like bookkeeping, payroll, sales tax, and other business taxes.
PGA can provide services monthly, quarterly, or annually based on the stage of your business. PGA recommend all of our clients sit down with our bookkeepers and our tax professionals to review your financial statements line by line every month or at least every quarter at a minimum. This will provide value by helping you to understand your company's performance and make timely decisions.
PGA will perform the following tasks on a routine schedule that best suits your business…
Reconcile your bank and other accounts
To identify lost checks, lost deposits, and unauthorized or fraudulent transaction(s).
To detect and prevent unnecessary bank charges.
To know your income correctly and manage your cash more effectively.
Generate Financial Statement:
Track revenues and expenses so that you can determine the operating performance of your business.
Determine and eliminate what areas of your business are unnecessary or over budget.
Identify specific expenses that cause unexpected expenditures.
Compare your business performance with month to month and year to year incomes and expenditures.
Are you thinking about opening a business? Come to us for consultation to see which state and county requirements you may need to comply with. PGA will take time to explain and analyze which business entity is best suited for your business. Business Consultation is a FREE service for every new business because our business grows only when your business is successful and growing.
It does not matter whether or not your business is new, or your business has operated for many years. It is always a good idea to have a tax professional review your business’ financial statement(s). You will be surprised to see many important things or unnecessary items that you did not see before.