How Payroll Can Be a Profitable (and Painless) Part of Your Practice
Learn from thought leaders such as Darren Root and Doug Sleeter how offering payroll as part of your suite of services can be profitable. Free virtual conference.
September 28, 2009
Making Payroll Painless and Profitable
Join this special Web event and learn from thought leaders such as Darren Root and Doug Sleeter — find out how thousands of accountants are making payroll profitable and helping their clients save money.
Click HERE to REGISTER for this FREE event.
Keynote Address: Darren Root, CPA.CITP, CEO RootWorks and Executive Editor of the CPA Technology Advisor Magazine.
Why You Should Be Thinking About Payroll
The landscape for payroll has changed dramatically in the last few years. Now more than ever before, accountants can compete with large service bureaus and white label their own online payroll service. Accountants can also meet the individual needs of their clients by hand-holding them through the payroll process or on the other end of the spectrum, recommend low cost service providers who will give them the same level of service as outsourcers, at a discounted price. While I can't make you overcome your objections about doing payroll, I can tell you that you can make money doing it and it is easier than you think. So, if you aren't thinking about payroll, you should be.
Welcome: Nora Denzel, Senior Vice President and General Manager, Intuit Employee Management Solutions
Intuit's Commitment to Payroll and Partnership With Accountants
Intuit is committed to partnering with the accountant community to grow their practices. We have a long history of supporting the needs of our accountants through products, services and partnerships. With the changing landscape of payroll, we want you to know we are committed to maintaining that strong relationship. We realize that that your needs and your customer’s needs may also be changing. We've heard from accountants who in these more challenging economic times, looking for ways to both add new sources of revenue for their firm and save their client’s money and providing payroll services is a great way to accomplish both.
Different clients have different payroll needs and competencies. However you choose to be involved in your clients' payroll, Intuit has the products and services to meet your combined needs, with the advantage of live support and QuickBooks integration from one company ("one throat to choke"). Today we'll tell you a little bit about our vision for the future of payroll based on what we've learned from customers, and highlight the offerings that will deliver the most to your and your clients' bottom-line.
Making Payroll a Profitable Part of Your Practice — Intuit Online Payroll for Accounting Professionals Case Study
How do you feel about managing your clients' payroll? Have you considered adding online payroll as a profitable service to your clients? This session will outline how to start offering online payroll as a service to your clients and how to make money doing it. For those accountants who have already seen the benefits of online payroll, the session will also review managing multiple clients and advanced techniques in maintaining a high level of customer service and satisfaction while maximizing the ease of use and profitability of Intuit Online Payroll for Accounting Professionals. Earn Free CPE.
An Affordable Alternative to Outsourcing — QuickBooks Payroll Assisted Case Study
How do you feel about managing your clients' payroll? Would you prefer not to be directly involved in your clients' payroll, but still want to help them prevent payroll mistakes? Putting them on Assisted Payroll may be the best fit. In this session you will hear from an accountant that recommended Assisted to one of their clients. Assisted handles job costing, tax payments and filings with a no penalties guarantee*. Earn Free CPE.
* Intuit's "No Penalties" Guarantee means your payroll taxes and filing are guaranteed accurate and on time, provided that the data you provide is accurate, on time and your account is sufficiently funded.