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Small Business Payroll
Virtual Associates will process payroll for 1 to 50 employees for any pay schedule and type.
We will pay your employees, remit your payroll taxes, and file your payroll reports to ensure you meet deadlines. We also prepare and file your annual W-2's. We specialize in the healthcare, real estate, and home services industries.
Small Business Bookkeeping
Our talented team is experienced with many of the major accounting software programs, specializing in QuickBooks.
We perform vital accounting functions, such as accounts payable/receivable, payroll, general ledger accounting, bank reconciliations, financial statement preparation, and financial analysis.
"Virtual Associates has been a pleasure to work with. Their turnaround time for payroll is immediate and they are always willing to help. I would recommend this company to anyone needing payroll services!"
Callie Arguijo, RN, BSN, CIC - Administrator
Stone Oak Surgery Center - San Antonio, TX
"I have worked with Virtual Associates for over 6 ½ years and have had top-notch quality in payroll services as well as personable and exceptional customer service. I would highly recommend Virtual Associates to anyone looking for the complete package in payroll services."
Angie Aldridge - Business Office Manager
Columbia River Surgery Center - Portland, OR
Payroll processing for W-2 employees involves paying percentages of their income to federal, state, and local tax agencies and matching what is owed to Social Security and Medicare. You’ll also need to pay state unemployment insurance (SUI) and comply with the Federal Unemployment Tax Act (FUTA). After you’ve made all of these complicated calculations, it’s time to cut paychecks or … Read More
Accurate and timely management of your financial data can save your business a lot of money. It helps you avoid costly tax and payroll mistakes. It also provides reporting needed for informed financial decision-making. As a small business owner, accounting and bookkeeping may not be your area of expertise. These tasks take valuable time away from the work of earning … Read More
The beginning of a new year is a good time to review the allowances you’ve claimed on your W-4 form (Employee’s Withholding Allowance Certificate). Each allowance claimed reduces the amount of federal tax withheld. The more allowances claimed, the less tax is deducted, giving you more money in your pocket each pay period. The goal is to withhold enough tax … Read More