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Been there, done that. I understand that $200 per year can seem like a lot to a small NFP where every penny counts. I am a CPA, and my time is worth something, so I hate doing payroll by hand, even for two employees. I use PayWindow by ZPay. Free for the first month. If you like it, it's about $90 for the first calendar year, and about half that for annual updates. If you can wait until Oct. 1 to buy it, and you probably can with the 30 day free trial, you will get next year's version free. The program is regularly updated, the author is responsive, and on-line support is decent. You still need to have an idea of what you are doing, but it makes it pretty easy. It even has support for automatic deposit. And all of your data stays on your computer.

If you want to try it, get it here:

I have no financial interest in the company. In fact, I own stock in Paychex. For me, PayWindow is economical, flexible, and just right.

Best of luck to your wife and the organization.

Foolish regards,

ancora imparo
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