Filing Requirements: 941 or 944
Each year, the IRS notifies employers if their filing requirement changes. If you are assigned a new deposit schedule or filer type (941 or 944), contact your payroll specailist.
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Federal Filing Requirements and Deposit Frequency
New deposit and filing requirements take affect with a company`s first payroll in 2010.
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Worker's Compensation
Finally! A sensible approach to Worker’s Compensation premium “Pay-Per Period”! Pay as you pay your employee not in advance and no estimates. It will help manage your worker’s compensation insurance payments.

Improve your cash flow, Increase Accuracy and Reduce Administration Expenses with the pay-per-period program!

Compare a traditional worker’s compensation program with ours:

Traditional Workers’ Comp
  • Premium based on estimated payroll
  • Up-Front deposit – 25%
  • Limited payment terms
  • Audit of Payroll records leads to additional premium due at year end or refund.
Pay-Per-Period
  • Premium based on actual Payroll
  • No Premium deposit
  • Spread-out-Payment – one pay period at a time
  • Minimized impact of audit
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