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    Since opening up in September of 2005 we have used two payroll companies. We started with ADT and while they weren't awful they always messed up our end of the year stuff and refused to do our workers comp audits. If you've ever done a WC audit they are a huge PITA. So after a few years we switched to a smaller company, Paychex. Again, not awful but they just never set the world on fire. Their saving grace is they did the WC audits for us but were always hard to get on the phone, always messed up our year end tax stuff and our CPA was always having to teach them how to do their job. The final straw came when we received a letter from the state saying we were delinquent on taxes and they were about to place a lien on the business. It took me 3 hours of me telling them to NOT hang up or put me on hold to finally have a manager tell me, woops, we forgot to pay those and WE should have caught the error, not them. No ownership of their mistakes. That's a deal breaker.

    At that point we were done and the search for a new payroll company began. I immediately contacted Johnny Reb with Signum.

    From the first phone call I knew we were in the game. After the first meeting I was sold. So in December we ended our relationship with Paychex and January 1 started our new relationship with Signum. We just processed our first payroll and the process has never gone smoother. Payroll was on my desk before 0900. But payroll processing doesn't scratch the surface of what they bring to the table. If we have a new hire, they do E-verify. So that's off our plate. Fire an employee and they go to battle with unemployment. No longer in my job description. From human resources to taxes to payroll, they have got us covered.

    Plus I got a new hat. Something KRT has never given me, but I digress.

    If you're a small business owner/manager, even if you are "okay" with your payroll provider, you owe it to yourself to give Jon a call and let him work his magic.

    I hate clerical work. The less I have to do the better. It distracts us and takes our time away from our clients and their pets. Now I've eliminated a large portion of paper pushing and number crunching and dealing with .gov so I can focus on my true passion; freestyle rap and interpretive kick boxing.
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    How much did you get for that plug?
    When it comes your time to die, be not like those whose hearts are filled with the fear of death, so that when their time comes they weep and pray for a little more time to live their lives over again in a different way. Sing your death song and die like a hero going home. -Tecumseh-

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    Are they woke? Do they even Q, bro?

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    Quote Originally Posted by JJ1965 View Post
    How much did you get for that plug?
    A free hat

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    Are they woke? Do they even Q, bro?
    Those who know [know]. #soon they will #pay and heads will #roll

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    I didn't get my check. In order to keep your current state of bliss in tact I will contact JR on my own and get myself added.

    Thanks Signum (once I start getting paid) for all you do, your efforts do NOT go unnoticed

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tater View Post
    I didn't get my check. In order to keep your current state of bliss in tact I will contact JR on my own and get myself added.

    Thanks Signum (once I start getting paid) for all you do, your efforts do NOT go unnoticed
    Jon just called me about some crusher run, I got you added bruh, coming to your PO box so the missus doesn't get involved.......

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    Psssshhhh. I'm deducting baby supplies and friendship fees from both y'all's checks.

    You'll get a statement showing your balance due from JC in the mail.

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    Quote Originally Posted by FEETDOWN View Post
    Jon just called me about some crusher run, I got you added bruh, coming to your PO box so the missus doesn't get involved.......
    You better make sure that crusher run comes from me or there's going to be problems
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    I like fishing topwater. Will one of you jot down some of this redneck ghetto slang and the definitions for those of us who weren't born with a plastic spoon in our mouths?

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    Consequences and repercussions?


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    serious Consequences and repercussions.
    Amendment II A well regulated Militia, being necessary to the security of a free State, the right of the people to keep and bear Arms, shall not be infringed.

    Quote Originally Posted by Highstrung View Post
    I like fishing topwater. Will one of you jot down some of this redneck ghetto slang and the definitions for those of us who weren't born with a plastic spoon in our mouths?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Glenn View Post
    Since opening up in September of 2005 we have used two payroll companies. We started with ADT and while they weren't awful they always messed up our end of the year stuff and refused to do our workers comp audits. If you've ever done a WC audit they are a huge PITA. So after a few years we switched to a smaller company, Paychex. Again, not awful but they just never set the world on fire. Their saving grace is they did the WC audits for us but were always hard to get on the phone, always messed up our year end tax stuff and our CPA was always having to teach them how to do their job. The final straw came when we received a letter from the state saying we were delinquent on taxes and they were about to place a lien on the business. It took me 3 hours of me telling them to NOT hang up or put me on hold to finally have a manager tell me, woops, we forgot to pay those and WE should have caught the error, not them. No ownership of their mistakes. That's a deal breaker.

    At that point we were done and the search for a new payroll company began. I immediately contacted Johnny Reb with Signum.

    From the first phone call I knew we were in the game. After the first meeting I was sold. So in December we ended our relationship with Paychex and January 1 started our new relationship with Signum. We just processed our first payroll and the process has never gone smoother. Payroll was on my desk before 0900. But payroll processing doesn't scratch the surface of what they bring to the table. If we have a new hire, they do E-verify. So that's off our plate. Fire an employee and they go to battle with unemployment. No longer in my job description. From human resources to taxes to payroll, they have got us covered.

    Plus I got a new hat. Something KRT has never given me, but I digress.

    If you're a small business owner/manager, even if you are "okay" with your payroll provider, you owe it to yourself to give Jon a call and let him work his magic.

    I hate clerical work. The less I have to do the better. It distracts us and takes our time away from our clients and their pets. Now I've eliminated a large portion of paper pushing and number crunching and dealing with .gov so I can focus on my true passion; freestyle rap and interpretive kick boxing.
    how many employees? I still do all mine in house( LoL-my wife does it at our house)and she needs some help.

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    13 employees counting owners.

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    Fired the only one that was worth a shit.....ass.

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    You notice I ain't been back since you done that shit either. Unless I needed something, but other than that I ain't. Ass.

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    I donít fire people. They fire themselves.

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    To convert your payroll from ADT means he's no less than gawddarned magician. Props to J Reb.
    "hunting should be a challenge and a passion not a way of making a living or a road to fame"

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    Quote Originally Posted by Glenn View Post
    I don’t fire people. They fire themselves.
    That's what you say....

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    Signum is good people

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