Our New Payroll News Subscription Service Is Here!

Our payroll news subscription service is now up and running!  And good news for many of our former subscribers.  We are “kicking it old school”. The service will be done via email directly into your inbox.  Each update will be a separate pdf. file attachment that you can save or download as you need to.  This allows the information to be maintained on a permanent basis or to be shared with your payroll staff or your supervisors. We have received virtually hundreds of requests to please offer the service via email rather than as a blog as many of our former subscribers are not permitted by their firewalls to read a blog at work.

The cost is $65 for all of our former and current subscribers. We will keep this price available until September 1st to allow all our former email subscribers as well as you our blog subscribers time to sign up for the service.  After that the price will be $75 per year.

To subscribe just go to our website and click on the subscribe link.  You can pay either with PayPal or a credit card. If you need to pay by check you will need to contact me directly via this blog and I will send you the paperwork.

I am thrilled I am able to once again offer this valuable news service.

As to this blog, I will continue to update periodically for payroll news but will also begin to offer commentary on current payroll news events.  I will also invite a dialog for those that wish to comment on my blogs and the news of the day to make this blog more interactive for my subscribers.

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11 thoughts on “Our New Payroll News Subscription Service Is Here!

  1. I would like to pay by company check if you could send me the paperwork.

    Thanks.

    Debbie Brunson, CPP
    VP Payroll
    Finance
    First National Bank Texas
    p. 254.554.4386
    f. 254.519.1289
    debbie.brunson@1stnb.com

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  2. I tried to subscribe and was told that my VISA credit card could not be used. It doesn’t expire until 2017 and the balance is paid each month. Is there a problem with your site?

    Jean Webster

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