Xero, the cloud accounting software developer, has announced that it is now offering payroll in the state of Pennsylvania. The service is fully integrated with Xero’s cloud accounting platform. Including Pennsylvania, Xero payroll is now available in 22 states including California, Texas, Georgia, New York and Florida. Xero payroll is now available to 70% of the American small business market, which totals 28 million entities across the country. Xero aims to ship payroll for all 50 states in the next 12 months.
Employees in Pennsylvania can now be paid through Xero
All the payroll calculations are taken care of automatically so small business owners can pay their employees through direct deposit or with instant paychecks Time sheets are included at no extra cost for all employees.
Detailed reports are also available to help you keep track of your company’s payroll information. Employees can even enter their own timesheets, and view time off and pay history through their own employee app.
“Over 190,000 small businesses in Pennsylvania employ at least one employee – and Xero is truly excited to provide an accounting and payroll solution that will not only make running their business much easier but also make them much more efficient,” Xero’s U.S. President, Russ Fujioka said.
The platform is also set up to remind small business owners when they have to file and pay payroll taxes so they don’t miss deadlines. Xero will soon support electronic filing and payments for your payroll tax.
More states coming soon
With more than 600,000 subscribers now using Xero, we’ve been busy building out payroll functionality across the U.S.. Xero Payroll is now up and running in California, Texas and New York State, as well as 19 more states. Many also include e-filing capabilities.
“With the release of Pennsylvania, Xero is expanding its support for the American small business population and in the process is helping improve productivity across the nation. This release is also a great milestone as we are well on our way to delivering payroll support to all 50 states,” Fujioka said.