Wagepoint and Business & Commerce FAQ
What is Wagepoint?
Wagepoint is an online payroll software, which is a fancy way of saying that it takes the manual labor out of paying employees and contractors while handling federal, state and local taxes.
Is wagepoint legit?
“We have been using Wagepoint since June 2013 and are very happy with it. The on boarding process was quick, the customer service is excellent and the costs are reasonable for a start-up such as ours. I would recommend Wagepoint to anyone looking for a great system to meet any of their payroll needs.
How do you use Wagepoint?
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How do I set up a Wagepoint account?
If you’re new to Wagepoint, this section has all the information you need to setup your company.
- Add company and payroll information. …
- Create paygroups. …
- Add income and deduction types. …
- Add company holidays for statutory holiday pay calculations. …
- Add locations. …
- Add departments and job titles. …
- Remit workers’ compensation taxes.
How do I run a payroll in Wagepoint?
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How do I connect QBO to Wagepoint?
Set up QuickBooks Online integration
Select QuickBooks Online and click “Connect to QBO.” You’ll be redirected to the Intuit login page to enter your QBO credentials. Once you’ve authorized the connection, you will be prompted to link Wagepoint as an existing vendor or set up Wagepoint as a new vendor. Click “Save.”
Does Wagepoint have an app?
Yes – Track is a time and attendance app built to use with Wagepoint so you can streamline your time tracking and process payroll faster and more accurately.
How do I add a client in Wagepoint?
Log in to your Wagepoint account. In the dashboard, click the + icon in the left-hand navigation bar. Note: Only account owners and partner administrators can add new clients to your firm’s master account. Who else should have access to this client’s account?
What does retro pay mean?
The definition of retro pay (short for retroactive pay) is compensation added to an employee’s paycheck to make up for a compensation shortfall in a previous pay period. This differs from back pay, which refers to compensation that makes up for a pay period where an employee received no compensation at all.
Why do you get retro pay?
Retroactive pay is when a business issues its employee(s) money to correct underpayment during a given pay period. The need for retroactive pay doesn’t usually come up very often. It can happen when raises are issued in the middle of a pay cycle, a contract is being negotiated, or an accounting mistake is made.
What is the difference between back pay and retroactive pay?
Retroactive benefits cover the period of time between the date you became disabled and the date you applied for disability benefits. Back pay refers to the time between the date you applied for benefits and the date you were approved for benefits.