Bank of America (BofA) and Intuit have made available the Intuit Full-service Payroll for BofA small business customers. The service simplifies small business owners’ lives by doing their employee payroll and payroll taxes.
Intuit Full-service Payroll provides guaranteed error-free paycheques and payroll taxes, as well as a team of experts to address any number of payroll issues. The service provides a number of benefits to BofA small business customers, including:
- Guaranteed 100% accuracy of federal, state and local tax withholdings, as well as any voluntary withholdings that employees take, based on customers’ information.
- A dedicated team of US-based payroll experts to manage customers’ payroll from start to finish – available via phone, chat or email.
- Full integration with customers’ online banking solutions, so they can manage their business’s finances all in one place.
- Smart online technology that spots possible errors before paycheques are finalised.
“Small business owners are hit every day by a multitude of operational demands that can take their focus away from what’s most important to them – serving their customers and generating more business,” said Dean Athanasia, preferred and small business banking executive at BofA. “Intuit Full-service Payroll gives small business owners peace of mind when managing payroll, so they can dedicate more time to running and growing their business.”
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