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Tired of doing workers compensation quarterly reports?

Hate workers compensation premium audits each year?

Don’t like accounting billing fees for extras  when doing quarterly reports?

Are you one of those six states that have to report hours for workers compensation premiums?

Use these benefit/talking point sentences for 1-4 above:

No more bookkeeping fees to create employer quarterly reports for insurance companies and state agencies

Automatic self-auditing to avoid all state and insurance company audit assessments.

By using our resources and programs, we return control back to you, the small independent businesses owner, and away from the bookkeepers and accountants using canned programs.

QuickBooks, Zero, Gusto, Maestrano, and others, have become too complicated for the average small business to use. Cost too much for advice & training.

All payroll programs use Excel add-on programs to calculate employer quarterly reports: workers’ compensation premiums, unemployment insurance, 941s, and 1099s separately. How accurate do you think they are?

The small independent business owner is responsible for paying assessments—not the bookkeeper, payroll company, or your accountant—which result in transcription errors, inaccurate reports, and audits.

Why don’t bookkeeping or payroll companies offer compliance reporting? Because they are concerned with GAAP/IRS rules and regulations—not compliance administration. That is left to the individual states.

If you want to do something about these, start looking at Liberty Bay Consultants, LLC.

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Talking Points

Tired of doing workers compensation quarterly reports?

Hate workers compensation premium audits each year?

Don’t like accounting billing fees for extras  when doing quarterly reports?

Are you one of those states that have to report hours for workers compensation premiums?

Use these benefit/talking point sentences for 1-4 above:

No more bookkeeping fees to create employer quarterly reports for insurance companies and state agencies

Automatic self-auditing to avoid all state and insurance company audit assessments.

By using our resources and programs, we return control back to you, the small independent businesses owner, and away from the bookkeepers and accountants using canned programs.

QuickBooks, Zero, Gusto, Maestrano, and others, have become too complicated for the average small business to use. Cost too much for advice & training.

All payroll programs use Excel add-on programs to calculate employer quarterly reports: workers’ compensation premiums, unemployment insurance, 941s, and 1099s separately. How accurate do you think they are?

The small independent business owner is responsible for paying assessments—not the bookkeeper, payroll company, or your accountant—which result in transcription errors, inaccurate reports, and audits.

Why don’t bookkeeping or payroll companies offer compliance reporting? Because they are concerned with GAAP/IRS rules and regulations—not compliance administration. That is left to the individual states.

If interested, look at the source: Liberty Bay Consultants, LLC

SMALL BUSINESS TAX COMPLIANCE—WHAT EMPLOYERS NEEDS TO KNOW!

All quarterly taxes are not the same. If you are paying bookkeeping and accounting professional fees to file quarterly taxes, STOP!!

If you are one of the small companies that hate to file quarterly taxes, TALK TO US!! We have helped small businesses since 2009 all over America and Canada.

You need to make your life easier by using our proven free compliance programs.

HERE IS WHAT YOU GET:

Automatic self-auditing compliance programs using our proven programs:

  • EMPC—employee risk classifications calculations and gender counts
  • CONC—1099s for subcontractors
    PRJC—prevailing wage program for Certified Payrolls

All quarterly taxes calculated accurately for all 50 States:

  • Workers Compensation insurance premiums for each assigned risk classification
  • Unemployment Insurance for any State with Reciprocity deductions
  • Temporary Disability Insurance
  • Benefit fund calculations
  • 941s/940s
  • Body and gender counts per State reporting requirements
  • Independent contractor compliance reporting

No more predatory statute audits by insurance companies of States
Call us for more information or visit our blog at www.lbconsultants.llc/wordpress

Terrifying Audits!

An audit request by a state or insurance agency can be terrifying to small businesses. Such audits can very expensive since payroll companies charge for each report demanded by the auditor. Our compliance program makes this very simple, since all historical data is available with a few keystrokes.

Anytime a company is acquired or is raising an equity round, there is a need for due diligence. This can be so time-consuming and stressful. By having all of the payroll and compliance records available in one program, this can greatly reduce the cost of such due diligence.

Call us for more information or visit our blog at www.lbconsultants.llc/wordpress.(site)

Attn: Premiumd Auditors! Would you like to earn more money on your assignments? 

Just think about having your clients do your data entry each day for you?

Giving them our compliance programs, you can do mail-in audits remotely and make more money increasing your completed assignments faster using less time.

They are doing self-audits. You monitor them through out the year and spend less time on the statutory audit.

The reason I am writing is to offer our compliance software to save your company premium auditor time. There is no reason why the small companies you audit cannot use a compliance program that fills in data automatically throughout the year. It has triggers built in to eliminate typical errors like Federal 941 amounts not matching reported payrolls or unemployment insurance amounts. Your client companies can self-audit for you as a possible additional revenue stream.

In fact, employees and independent contractors will not get paid unless the right risk classifications are posted for both. Subcontractors cannot get paid unless they provide registrations before they work. In most states, time cards/sheets are required to record hours— even for subcontractors as well as any piece work in some states.

Because all line item entries are electronically recorded, there is less work having to look at payroll journals, patrol registers, payroll summaries, individual earnings records as they are a part of the gross payroll summaries.

More important, the employee and independent contractor hours, body counts, and dollars are automatically posted to all to W2’s, 941s, and Unemployment Insurance for quarterly tax reports accurately. No more payroll add-ons for your clients use.

After reviewing your technical bulletins and systems updates,  I found the following benefits for your firm:

  • Reducing re-audits
  • All risk classes are pre-assigned correctly
  • Min/Max wages are assigned correctly
  • System updates for clients are pre-loaded

I would appreciate your looking at our free SAS compliance programs to make your firm more efficient and profitable at www.WKRComp.com/home. Liberty Bay Consultants has all 50 states compliance sites posted for your review.

Looking forward to our conversation…..

Misclassification of employees as independent contractors. Is that your pain point?

Misclassification of independent contractors is one of the biggest employer issues in America.

Our program can greatly reduce this risk by providing an oversight on the assignment of classifications. The resulting savings could be as high as $300,000. In many cases, the penalties from these compliance authorities can be so high as to force the companies into bankruptcy.

By using our menu driven compliance programs, you an sleep at night knowing you are in conformance with your industry standards.

We can help by having you conduct your own self-audit when posting an employee or independent contractor. All of the state administrative and codes are built into  our compliance programs.

Find us at www.waveapp.com & www.wkrcomp.com/home www and find how much in taxes you can save!

Workers compensation premium reporting is a tax calculated by insurance companies or states. Why would you need us?

States rely upon insurance company premium auditors to monitor workers’ compensation accuracy. Who checks them?

We can help by having you conduct your own self-audit when posting an employee or independent contractor. All of the state administrative and codes are built into  our compliance programs.

Find us at www.waveapp.com & www.wkrcomp.com/home www and find how much in taxes you can save!

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