GetPayroll has launched Simon 3-Click Paperless Payroll App especially for Salon and Spa Owners guaranteed to keep them compliant, accurate and timely with payroll and payroll taxes.
They will teach the things that no business owner ever talks about - free at the trade show, Sunday, June 4th, and Monday, June 5th during Premiere Orlando and Premiere DAY SPA Trade Show, Booth 2057, Orlando/Orange County Convention Center in Orlando, Florida.
LEWISVILLE, TEXAS (PRWEB) MAY 30, 2017
Small business owners are becoming increasing targets for the IRS, as the IRS is attempting to close the “tax gap” for underpayment of taxes. As small business owners have to juggle so many hats, they also file late, forget to file, or make errors on their returns. Simon solves this problem and more through our automated app.
More than 75% of US small businesses are micro businesses - most salons and spas.
In addition, 83% of salons and spas had 9 or fewer employees. Imagine how that has changed today but we bet that the number of salons with fewer than 10 employees is still relatively the same if not higher.
Over 53% of salon owners don’t have a formal business plan and budget in place which makes managing their finances tricky. Doing their payroll shouldn’t contribute to that.
Simon is designed for salon and spa owners to run payroll easily and accurately and keeps them compliant with the IRS.
Simon is a complete payroll app available on a user’s iPhone and Android. With Simon’s exclusively designed SmartPay system, salons and spas with 10 or fewer employees can facilitate payroll with a few simple clicks on their smartphone. Starting at only $20 all-inclusive per pay period, there are no additional processing fees and no monthly fees of any kind.
Read will teach the things that no business owner ever talks about - free at the trade show.
At the Premiere Orlando / Premiere Day Spa trade show, booth 2057, Read will be offering valuable free courses that include:
1. Beating the IRS at its own game. What to do when you get a letter from the IRS.
2. Independent contractor or an employee, and how to pay them.
3. She quit and filed for unemployment. Avoiding unemployment claims.
4. Payroll taxes: avoiding pitfalls and mistakes, and staying compliant.
5. How to get commissioned staff to do the work you give them.
6. Why you need an employee handbook and how to write one.
For additional information, please visit this link.
To learn more about Charles Read, President/CEO of GetPayroll, CPA, US Tax Court Practitioner, IRS Watchdog and Small Business Advocate, click here.
For Simon app Media / Press Kit, click here.
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