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Georgia Tax Rate Changes. New EzPaycheck Payroll Software Is Available

Georgia Tax Rate Changes. New EzPaycheck Payroll Software Is Available

According Georgia Department of Revenue, Personal Exemption for self and spouse if married is $3,700 and Personal Exemption for self if not married changed to $2,700. EzPayCheck payroll software includes this changes in its 2014 version and helps GA employers keep up latest tax rate easily.

ezPaycheck payroll software speeds up and automates paycheck processing for small businesses and nonprofits. 2014 edition released with updates on latest federal and state income tax tables and tax forms. This new version also include the 2014 income tax change for Georgia businesses.

Small Businesses looking for ways to save money on payroll processing and tax reporting can try out ezPaycheck payroll solution free for 30 days from http://www.halfpricesoft.com/payroll_software_download.asp, with no obligation and risk.

When recently interviewed, Dr. Ge stated, "ezPaycheck payroll software is so flexible that it easy manages any combination of incomes, deductions, taxes and benefits, even commission payments, restaurant tips, local special taxes, and churches and non-profits. Offering customers the best when it comes to their payroll needs is a number one priority for HalfPriceSoft.com."

Despite its simplicity and ease of use, business owners should not mistakenly think ezPaycheck 2014  is short on features. ezPaycheck 2014 is packed with all the features a small business needs to run payroll quickly and easily, including:

- Prints payroll checks on blank computer checks or preprinted checks.

- Automatically calculates Federal Withholding Tax, Social Security, Medicare Tax and Employer Unemployment Taxes.

-Includes built-in tax tables for all 50 states and the District of Columbia.

- Creates and maintains payrolls for multiple companies, and does it simultaneously.

- Supports Daily, Weekly, Biweekly, Semi-monthly and Monthly payroll periods. Features Report Functions, Print Functions, and Pay Stub Functions.

- 30 day free trial. No registration required and absolutely no obligation.

Designed with simplicity in mind, ezPaycheck payroll software is easy to install, setup and use for first-time payroll software who may not know more about accounting and computer.

Priced at just $89 per installation, ezPaycheck payroll software is affordable for any size business. To speed up year-end tax reporting, halfpricesoft.com also lauched special offer for new customers who want to start payroll software in December. New customer can get ezPaycheck 2014 at just $1 if they purchase ezPaycheck 2013 at the regular price.

To get more information about how halfpricesoft.com and ezPaycheck payroll software are helping small businesses achieve a faster and easier method of handling their payroll needs, visit the site at: http://www.halfpricesoft.com/index.asp

About Halfpricesoft.com and ezPaycheck payroll software

ezPaycheck is developed and distributed by Halfpricesoft.com, a Louisville, Ky.-based firm committed to creating affordable and easy-to-use financial software for small businesses. Additional small-business payroll software titles available from Halfpricesoft.com include w2 1099 software, check printing software, employee time tracking software and barcode printing software.

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I work for halfpricesoft.com. Halfpricesoft.com is a leading provider of easy-to-use 1099, W2 and Payroll Software solutions for accountants and small to medium size businesses. And its small business software can save user both time and money. For more information, visit http://www.halfpricesoft.com

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