Square Payroll vs Gusto Payroll vs ADP: Choosing The Best Payroll Software

Human error is a big reason why people choose to use payroll software. Most software will provide automatic calculation of deductions for withholdings, such as taxes, insurance and retirement contributions.

Well, that brings us to our comparisons. In order to ensure you get the capabilities you need, for a price that you like, we are gonna dig into the nitty-gritty details of what different payroll solutions are offering

Gusto Payroll

Gusto payroll is very similar to Square Payroll in that it is cloud-based and offers a full feature core payroll process to its users.

As with Square Payroll, Gusto streamlines and automates your payroll process, handles the tax side of things (both state and federal), and allows you to administer employee benefits.

Depending on the plan you choose, employees will also be able to log in and onboard themselves by entering in their personal details and filling out their W-4. 

Square Payroll

Square Payroll was released in 2015 as an addition to Square’s wide range of payment processing solutions. 

Square is mainly a solid core payroll service that will allow you to set up—and even automate—all of your employee’s salaries, as well as administer employee benefits, cater to hourly and salaried employees, and track sick leave and time off.

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