Outsourcing Payroll vs. PEO broker services

Like most things out there, whether you are choosing a new service or looking to replace the one you have, you will find plenty of options. There are pros and cons to options in plentitude, Trying to narrow them down in order to make the right choice can be a daunting task that most find they just don’t have time for. Simplifying the decision-making task is usually a welcomed change to be sure. A PEO broker can make it as painless a task as possible.

How Do You Compare Payroll Services?

Ask just about anyone if they have ever worked for a company that has used or is using a payroll service and most would answer in the affirmative. The logos of some of the nation’s largest payroll services have donned millions of paychecks across America. The allure of using a service is obvious. One less thing to worry about and a guarantee of accuracy and on-time delivery, all while focusing on other tasks within the day-to-day operation of the business. Who wouldn’t want that? Depending on what you are looking for, the size of your company, and what your budgetary requirements are, you can be faced with a lot of downtime in pouring over websites, fielding emails and phone calls from sales reps and worrying about making the right decision. The anxiety of this scenario alone can make most business owners hesitate on calling a payroll service. What do you do?

PEO Brokers Can Help Ease The Decision-Making Process

What is a PEO broker? These organizations are in the business of helping you, the small and medium-sized business owner get focused on growing your business, not wading knee-deep in the details.  A PEO broker takes on the task of sifting through outsourced HR needs, such as payroll services and employee benefits offerings, and presents you with the right viable options that meet your search criteria. Essentially, they are doing the hard work so that your decision on which service is best is a whole lot easier. The questions that usually arise are predominantly around cost when a service like this is mentioned. Of course, not everyone one is going to offer to do something like this for free but there are services that do, such as PEO Spectrum.

Why You Shouldn’t Pay For A PEO Broker Service

Let’s think about this. What good does it do you to save on overall payroll service costs or employee benefits if you are just going to have to pay to find out which ones will save you money? It doesn’t make sense at all. Some would surely pay for the convenience of having someone find them the right service, that is true. But spending more than you’d save to get what you want isn’t the right choice for most. A PEO broker such as PEO Spectrum manages the entire underwriting process so you don’t have to. They have the relationships with the most reputable services so you don’t have to guess and all at no cost to you.  If you need extend beyond just a payroll service, a PEO broker can help you negotiate to get the very best employee benefits and HR services that you can find with a much more attractive price point than you are likely getting now. Who wouldn’t want to look into that? Would a few minutes on the phone with a PEO broker be worth your time in saving hours and hours of combing through websites and reading online reviews, hoping you can get a few good options to go with? Get back to working on your business instead of wasting time needlessly working in the details that are best left to the experts. You can save both time and money by working with a PEO broker and at no risk to you.

If you’d like to find out more about how PEOs can help you provide great benefits and payroll management at less than you are paying now, contact us today for a free consultation.

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