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                          Payroll Services

                          Checks n Balances has you covered with our full range of payroll services. We offer monthly, semi-monthly, or bi-weekly payroll options to meet the needs of your business and provide peace of mind for you and your employees.

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                          • IMPROVE EFFICIENCY
                          • PEACE OF MIND

                          Make Payroll Convenient

                          • Employee direct deposit eliminates the risk of lost or stolen cheques and as an employer you know each employee has instant access immediately to their pay.
                            • Reduce your business costs with no more printing and signing of cheques. Electronic employee payroll is directly deposited into each employee’s bank account.
                              • Let Checks n Balances prepare your payroll with professional staff educated on labour laws and deductions, eliminating the risk of late payments and fines from the CRA

                          Bookkeeping made easy

                            • Regularly scheduled meetings with you to review your books and to discuss your concerns or any changes.
                            • A proactive approach with your tasks and upcoming deadlines, such as tax remittance payments, receiving.
                            • A customized financial binder that contains all relevant information required for Year End preparation.

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                          We make bookkeeping easy

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