Payroll Administration Services

Lescault and Walderman’s payroll administration services helps you get the most of your existing payroll functions- ultimately cutting costs, increasing efficiency, and maximizing profits.

Streamlined Payroll Processing

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Use automated processes and systems to prepare and monitor payroll data more conveniently.

Empowering Reports

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Get clear payroll reports that help you understand individual and departmental performance.

Proactive Forecasts

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Use payroll data to create forecasts that allow you to define workforce needs and appropriate compensation.

Don’t Waste Money on Disorderly Payroll Processes

  • Do you understand the potential impact of maximizing payroll efficiency?
  • Are you automating employee deductions?
  • Do you know which fiscal measurements are most useful in designing a payroll system?
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If you aren’t using control and automation processes to maximize payroll efficiency, you are wasting money. You are also sacrificing the value of your payroll data by not tracking it back into your accounting system.

It doesn’t have to be this way.

Here’s How You to Maximize Payroll Efficiency

You don’t have to waste time on manual payroll processing. And you don’t have to duplicate accounting efforts to use payroll data for operational decisions. Adopt an automated payroll administration approach that makes it easy to pay employees and preserve the data for better business understanding.
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Payroll Control Systems

Our payroll control systems help you protect your sensitive employee information and prevent payroll fraud.

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Accurate Job Costing

We help you track labor costs by “job” to help you evaluate productivity and profitability for each team you manage.

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Clear Reporting

We provide payroll reports that make it easy to notify state/federal governments of your employment tax liabilities.

Here's how to get started:

1. Schedule a No-Obligation Call

Your time is valuable, and we don’t want to waste it. Let’s schedule a discovery meeting so we can discuss your needs and confirm there’s a fit.

2. Receive Your Accounting Review

We'll review your accounting documents, then provide you with a customized report that includes our findings and our recommendations for moving forward.

3. Attend Review Meeting

We'll host up to a 2 hour meeting to review our findings and recommendations, answer any further questions and outline how we'll work together.

4. Review Your Proposal

Working from our review, we’ll provide clear and actionable recommendations for improvement related to your particular processes, software, and systems.

5. Engage Us For Your Needs

If you approve of our recommendations, you’ll sign an engagement letter and we’ll start work!

Use Payroll Data to Drive Performance

Every new employee means an exponential increase in processing and paperwork. That’s why most small businesses outsource their payroll services to companies like ADP and Paychex.

While these services ensure timely employee payments, they can be costly, and the resulting information is left unorganized. Lescault and Walderman follow proactive payroll strategies to deliver precise details to your processing company. By providing clean and direct information, you will be able to realize cost savings on your payroll processing.

We also focus on using your payroll data to make effective business management operations. We carefully categorize labor and job costing, so you get meaningful reports that help you better evaluate and reward productivity.

When you combine expense allocation, job costing, payroll control systems, and measurements and reports you reduce costs and maximize the effectiveness of your financial data management.

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