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Subject: Re: Online Payroll Serv. (use/opinions) Date: 6/21/2012 3:15 PM
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Intuit Online Payroll has this functionality. Should be easy for smaller businesses.

Noting your query re: the Construction industry... the main specialized bookkeeping issues are project work reporting and work in process books... not typically handled easily in basic bookkeeping software. Maybe MS Dynamics Solomon or AX should be on your list to eval?

Also, back to payroll focus, don't underestimate the need for coordinated HR in the construction business...

If your Construction industry business is growing beyond "smallest", you can check http://www.apspayroll.com/ - a service-excellence firm who will undoubtedly make sure you have the right bookkeeping setup in addition to a smooth HR/Payroll experience.

-Tom
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