Practice Development - PAYROLL: A TIE THAT BINDS - To pay its staff, every business gathers and enters payroll data, calculates wage amounts, prepares checks and pays taxes. Here's information to help you decide whether becoming a payroll outsource provider could add business to your firm. For sole practitioners and managing partners of small to midsize firms.
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|Contributors:||Phelan, Sarah E.; Hayes, Michael|
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