Difficulties. Penalties. Loss of time.
Yes, the above are the direct answers that you don’t want to hear for the question.
Generally, the CPA experts would advise for asking referrals to the person you trust.
It’s good if you get the referral, but it’s not bad if you don’t.
It’s not always possible for you to know any CPA, CFO or Controller personally. Therefore, go solo with your approach. Welcome any relevant advice and reject nonsensical ones.
When you choose payroll service, it’s important that you have got a robust and efficient solution. And where from can you know that? Well, the existing users can apprise you with their personal tales about the software management system they use for it. Besides, your intellect will also persuade you to search a thing or two about these services, what you need, what your organization needs, etc.
There’s a stark difference between what you “need” and what you “want” and this is the reason why shouldn’t let the sellers force-sell a product you don’t need at all. That will be a great injustice to your budget, which pleads you every now and then to “meet” it.
Prepare a basic checklist of questions, such as turnaround time, charges, integration, mistakes, etc. that this blog may not accommodate easily. In short, ask whatever you wish to know or learn about the software.
Go for a test ride. We mean the test ride of the software. If all falls into place, then that’s perfect. If it doesn’t, then ask if the company can incorporate the changes you want or not. Eventually, you will find your answers.