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Need formulas for new payroll setup

Need formulas for new payroll setup

Need formulas for new payroll setup

We have a payroll service that is sloppy and only need to process a few checks, with full control. However, no one has any experience with PT payroll. I set everything up but I would like to configure the tax formulas manually. Are there any teaching resources? The user guide is very vague about how to do the formulas.

RE: Need formulas for new payroll setup

Your best bet is to subscribe to the Peachtree Tax Service.  It's only about $200 and worth every penny since Peachtree has the liability if the tax calculations are wrong.  It will save you money in the long run.

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