Fort Collins, Colorado – CheckMark, Inc. introduced its newest tool today – a free and user-friendly paycheck calculator for employers on the occasion of National Small Business Week.
National Small Business Week is a national recognition event conducted every year by Small Business Administration to honor the critical contributions of America’s entrepreneurs and small business owners. This year’s National Small Business Week will be held from April 29 – May 5, 2018.
The new calculator will allow small business owners to account for a multitude of variables, including federal, state, and local laws. Users of CheckMark’s new calculator will be able to differentiate between hourly and salaried workers, as well as customize their pay periods.
The calculator will also allow employers to adjust for additional incomes and deductions when they are calculating wages.
“CheckMark supports small businesses and there’s no better time to release the free calculator than the National Small Business Week,” says Mohammed Ghani, CEO of CheckMark, Inc.
“Our new calculator transformed the painful manual process into a simple streamlined process.”
“It can be difficult for business owners to keep track of all the laws and regulations dictating wages. Our product eliminates human error.”
The hourly payroll calculator will allow employers to receive accurate net pay estimates (after tax and other deductions) for their hourly employees, while the salary payroll provides accurate net pay estimates for salaried employees after tax and deductions.
CheckMark, Inc. has been delivering effective, user-friendly, and affordable payroll, accounting and tax reporting solutions to small and medium-sized businesses since 1984. The company made a name for itself by being one of the first to bring accounting software to the Mac when it debuted MultiLedger in 1985. CheckMark has grown steadily since then, expanding its range of software to include desktop payroll, 1095 and 1099 tax reporting solutions, and further embracing the Windows computer environment.
CheckMark, Inc., a software company, launched its service business in 2011. In the seven years since then, CheckMark, Inc. has expanded to provide personalized payroll services, accounting services, time clock, and even an online human resource center to its customers.
Employers who make mistakes on payroll taxes can get their employees into trouble with the IRS. Payroll tax mistakes can also result in major fines and mandatory penalty payments by the business owner to the affected employee(s).
The new payroll tax calculator will be available, without restrictions, for free on the CheckMark’s website, checkmark.com/payroll-tax-calculator-for-employers.php. The company plans to continually update the calculator to reflect the latest tax tables as they are released by the IRS.
The calculator will be contained entirely in-browser, eliminating the hassle of installing software. CheckMark is encouraging the users to bookmark the paycheck calculator for easy continual use.