Avoid Outrageous Service Fees With Visage Payroll

February 5, 2015

9:00 am

Are you tired of paying big bucks to manage your payroll system?

Visage Payroll, a free service for startups, helps employers eliminate payroll fees, tax penalties, and most importantly, save employers thousands of dollars on paycheck services. Employers don’t have time or money to waste on inefficient systems. With Visage Payroll, employers can focus on what’s most important: making sure employees are paid on time.

How Visage Payroll works

This service is different from other paycheck management companies because it focuses on creating a positive experience for small businesses. Instead of worrying about service fees and confusing software, Visage makes it easier for employers to pay their workers.

For employers: The first free payroll service for startups. It’s funded completely by advertisements, so employers will never have to worry about paying for Visage.

Visage is super easy to use. After signing up, employers are prompted to input employee information. After payroll information is submitted, Visage will take care of all the calculations for taxes and deductions. Once this step is completed, funds are withdrawn directly from the employer’s bank account and deposited into employees’ bank accounts.

For employees: Employees can experience direct deposit to their preferred bank account. This way, employees don’t have to worry about waiting for a check to arrive in the mail, and then waiting for the check to clear.

Pros of Visage:

  • Completely free to use!
  • Calculates taxes and deductions.
  • Direct deposit.

Cons of Visage:

  • Private Beta only at this time.

Stop worrying about the stress that comes with traditional systems. Sign up for the free beta version.

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Heather R. Huhman is a career expert, experienced hiring manager, and founder & president of Come Recommended, a content marketing and digital PR consultancy for job search and human resources technologies. She is also the author of Lies, Damned Lies & Internships (2011) and #ENTRYLEVELtweet: Taking Your Career from Classroom to Cubicle (2010). Find Heather on Google+.

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