Robust Reporting

Your data, when you need it, and how you need it

We provide our customers comprehensive reporting choices, output formats and delivery options so you can access and utilize your payroll data in a way that fits your business.


You have instant and continuous access to your payroll information. Select from one of the standard or your customized reports to immediately view your data, in real-time, before, during and after payroll processing.


Over 100 standard reports to choose from at any time. Here a few of our most popular:

  • Pre-process Register
  • Labor Allocation
  • Check Register
  • Payroll Summary

  • Workers’ Compensation
  • 401k Contributions
  • Deductions
  • Employee Birthdays

  • Accrual
  • Employee Census
  • New Hire

Reports your way

You get to choose the Report, the Dates, AND the Delivery method.
Custom Dates Ranges that can span years, current payroll, or relative dates, i.e. next month.
You choose your preferred Output: PDF, Excel, Word, CSV,  and TXT formats.
Delivery Method is your choice: secure portal, hard copy, or data export.


For more reporting options, use Crystal Reports or the internal report writer to create customized reports with a choice of data fields, programmable logic, sorts, and filters. Your data—how you need it.


Keep your team of business advisors up to date with your information. Authorize your CPA, Insurance Broker or other business partner to receive your payroll reports, or other designated reports, automatically.

Not sure what report you need?

Ask your Payroll Client Manager—your partner in all things payroll.

What’s New & Good to Know

What is ACA?

The Affordable Care Act (ACA)—also known by its unofficial name, ObamaCare—is the US health reform legislation signed into law by President Barack Obama in March of 2010. The law contains hundreds of provisions that address different aspects of healthcare, and for employers impacts payroll reporting, benefits management, human resources, requiring mandatory IRS reporting and continuous monitoring of informational updates.

Does the ACA apply to your business?

If your business has 50 or more full-time employees and equivalents (FTEs), then you are subject to Employer Shared Responsibility provisions including:

  • Filing annual information returns
  • Reporting aggregated health care costs on employee W-2s if issued 250 or more W-2s the previous year