Scottsdale, Ariz. - December 29, 2018 - PaycheckCity, the paycheck calculator website serving nearly 10 million users each year, released its latest innovation today: PaycheckCity Payroll. The new service is an online application to quickly build customized calculators to run, save, and email accurate paycheck calculations and reports. PaycheckCity built the new offering based on user requests to make the calculators faster and more customizable.
The paycheck calculators on paycheckcity.com will remain free for use, while the profiles experience is a paid subscription service delivering more value to users with the ability to:
- Build profiles
- Create custom deductions and deduction sets
- Populate any calculator with your pre-defined settings
- Save, email, or download your calculations and reports
- Enjoy an ad-free experience
“We are very excited to release a paycheck experience catered to small businesses and individual consumers who have trusted PaycheckCity for years,” said Elizabeth Oviedo, chief strategy officer for Symmetry Software, PaycheckCity’s parent company.
So far, owners and payroll managers of businesses ranging from universities to industrial companies to childcare, legal services, restaurants, and more have been making use of PaycheckCity Payroll. They’ve found it a simpler and more affordable alternative to traditional payroll services when just the gross to net calculation is needed.
Interested in using Profiles for professional or personal use? Get to know the experience with a free-trial.
PaycheckCity has been the go-to paycheck calculator for tens of millions of Americans since 1998. Powered by the Symmetry Tax Engine, PaycheckCity provides accurate paycheck calculations to individuals, small businesses, and payroll professionals. Today, the website handles 45 million calculations for 9.7 million users each year.
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