Yes, we get that every day. CheckWise Payroll provides Payroll, Human Resource, and Timekeeping services from “from one employee” to organizations with hundreds. See how easy it is to work with us.
Industries We Serve
Why choose CheckWise Payroll?
We make payroll personal
We take a hands-on approach to get to know our clients and understand their payroll needs. This means taking the time to learn about how our clients operate their businesses and what might make their payroll needs different than others. Simply put, we make it our job to learn and adapt to our customers, not the other way around.
We are experienced and dependable
Let’s face it, employees expect to be paid correctly and on-time every pay cycle. Likewise, the IRS and state tax authorities demand the same, so it’s critical that you choose a payroll company that you can rely on every payroll. With over 20 years of experience and millions of payments processed, you can count on CheckWise.
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What Clients Say
CheckWise Payroll has provided exceptional service to our growing companies for the last 10+ years. What started as a business agreement has grown into a trusted relationship where I know that I can always count on the employees at CheckWise to offer unprecedented service when it comes to processing payroll, answering questions, and assisting in payroll tax matters. The payroll entry system itself is easy to understand and use, and the customer service is unparalleled.- Jennifer Rowe
The Want Ad Digest has been using Checkwise Payroll’s services for more than 13 years. We find them to be dependable, accurate and on time, all the time. On more than one occasion the staff at CheckWise has come up with ideas and solutions to make the payroll process easier for me to manage and integrate into our bookkeeping system. Having a company like CheckWise handle our Payroll responsibilities allows my employees to focus more on what keeps us in business: our Customers and our Sales.-Bob Engelke
News & Articles
The Department of Treasury announced on February 10 that businesses with 50 to 99 full time equivalent employees will not face a tax penalty under the Employer Mandate provision of the Affordable Care Act (ACA) for not providing health care coverage to their employees...read more
The Department of Labor regulations that dictate which workers may be classified as exempt from overtime pay are likely to be updated in the near future due to a directive from President Obama. The President is especially interested in seeing the minimum salary...read more