|By Casey Yang||
|January 6, 2014 04:18 PM EST||
Small businesses that want to automates payroll processing can try out ezPaycheck payroll today at halfpricesoft.com. Halfpricesoft.com have released the ezPaycheck 2014 version with updated tax tables and they also lauched 2013 & 2014 combo version special for new customers. Getting started now with ezPayCheck software can speed up end-of-year payroll tasks and prepare the business to start the new tax year with automated payroll right from the start.
ezPaycheck is for affordable for any Business and test-driving is Free. Designed for ease of use by business owners and managers, ezPaycheck payroll software is priced at just $89 per installation so it's affordable for any size business. The 2014 edition of ezPaycheck will be available to current users of ezPaycheck 2013 for just $59 upon its release.
"With ezPaycheck, getting started on computerized payroll is just as simple mid-year or end-of-year as it is at the beginning of the year," said Dr. Ge, founder of Halfpricesoft.com. "There's really no reason to wait."
Designed to make automated payroll quick and simple for small businesses, ezPaycheck payroll software's intuitive graphical interface gets new users up and running within minutes -- even if they have no accounting background or computer expertise. To help new customers take the late-in-the-year leap into automated payroll, Halfpricesoft.com makes three helpful tools available:
1. Special 2013+2014 Combo Package for Just $90
For a limited time, new ezPaycheck customers can purchase the 2013 edition of ezPaycheck payroll software at regular price $89 and get the 2014 edition upon its release for just $1 more.
2. EzPaycheck Quick Start Guide
Accessible online at http://www.halfpricesoft.com/payroll-software/quick-start-guide.asp, the ezPaycheck Quick Start Guide leads users step-by-step through the process of entering data and setting up the automated payroll process
3. Year-To-Date Data Import
This easy-to-use features eliminates the need to enter months of paychecks in order to print accurate year-to-date totals on pay stubs and reports. More information on this feature can be found online at http://www.halfpricesoft.com/business-blog/post/2011/12/20/How-to-enter-YTD-payroll-data.aspx.
Businesses wanting to save time and expense by automating payroll tasks can test drive ezPaycheck free for 30 days. The full version of ezPaycheck can be downloaded for free on the Halfpricesoft.com website: http://www.halfpricesoft.com/index.asp. The download includes a sample database so users can sample all features without wasting time entering data. Once ready to purchase ezPaycheck payroll software, test-drivers can purchase a full-use license key for just $89 per installation.
Features included in the 2014 edition of ezPaycheck :
● Updated tax tables for all 50 states, Washington D.C., and federal taxes
● Three popular printing formats: check-in-middle, check-on-bottom or check-on-top
● Print Forms 940 and 941
● Mask employee Social Security Numbers on check stubs
● Flexibility for special tax deduction needs
● Auto-fill data feature
● Assign multiple pay rates to employees for varying shifts, assignments or projects.
● Newly updated data import/export feature to use ezPaycheck data with other applications
● 2 multi-user network versions available:
o Up to 2 users just $149
o Up to five users just $299
Businesses owners and managers who like to issue each paycheck on time, can learn more about ezPaycheck payroll tax solution by downloading and trying it for free for 30 days at http://www.halfpricesoft.com/payroll_software_download.asp
Founded in 2003, Halfpricesoft.com has established itself as a leader in meeting the software needs of small businesses around the world with its payroll software, employee attendance tracking software, check printing software, W2/1099 software and barcode generating software. It continues to grow with its philosophy that small business owners need affordable, user friendly, super simple, and totally risk-free software.
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