When it comes to paying employees and payroll laws the IRS has made the payroll function a time consuming nightmare for the small businesses.

Small businesses spend an average of eight hours a month performing payroll functions. That's 12 full days a year that could be spent generating sales, prospecting new business opportunities, improving products or services, or servicing customers.

We offer payroll solutions that meet your business's needs and enable you to spend time doing what you do best--running your company.

Why outsource your payroll...

  • It's Cost Effective
  • It's a Time Saver
  • Worry Free Payroll Tax Filing
  • Allows You To Focus On Core Competencies
  • Comprehensive Reports

Our firm provides custom payroll services as follow:

  • Employee Payroll Calculations
  • Federal & State Quarterly and Annual Reporting
  • IRS & State Notice Help 
  • SUTA Audits
  • Workers Compensation Audits    
  • 1099 and 1096 processing

Other services can be customized at your request.
Please call our office for more information and ask for a payroll staff member.


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For clients who:

For clients who:

  • Operate in a single state
  • Have less than 50 employees
  • Track accrued benefits
  • Are restaurant owners
  • Operate in multiple states
  • Have multiple locations (ex. Trimet and Lane County)
  • Offer direct deposit
  • Are Farmers
  • Have more complex payroll

If you have any questions, please contact Paulette or any payroll staff member at (503) 378-0220.


***Oregon W-2 Filing Requirements for 2017***

All businesses and all payroll service providers are required to report W-2 information electronically [OAR 150-316.202(3)].

For Oregon file specifications and more information about iWire, go to:

The transmittal due date is January 31st.

***Oregon 1099 Filing Requirements for 2017***

Effective for calendar year 2013, businesses with more than 10 of any one type of information return are required to report return information electronically [OAR 150-314.360]. Payers issuing fewer than 11 information returns are not required to file 1099s either electronically or via paper. However, payers may file them electronically if they choose to.

For Oregon file specifications and more information about iWire, go to:

The transmittal due date is January 31st. Forms 1099-MISC, 1099-G, 1099-R, and W-2G are filed electronically only; paper 1099s will not be accepted

Federal electronic filing requirements start at 250 forms (per form type) filed in a calendar year.  W-2’s or 1099’s

The federal requirement for less than 250 forms remains the same, you must file either paper or electronically. If you have any questions please call 503-378-0220 ask for Paulette or Debbie.