Southern Payroll & Benefits

The Pulse Chattanooga | Southern Payroll & Benefits featured in the EPB Local Business Spotlight

While Chattanooga has plenty of payroll and benefits companies, many of those have focused on providing services for larger organizations—until now. Southern Payroll & Benefits arose to fill the essential need of human resources services for companies with one to 99 employees, focusing tightly on companies in any line of work with 49 or fewer […]

3 Benefits of Working With a Third-Party Provider for Payroll

For growing companies, payroll services are among the most stressful HR responsibilities. As the source of your employees’ livelihood, payroll must be inputted accurately, but the time-consuming process can eat into other tasks necessary for a business to run successfully. Third-party providers for payroll offer a convenient and cost-effective solution. Here’s how their experts can […]

FFCRA and Family Leave Act signed into law

Last night, President Trump signed the Families First Coronavirus Response Act into legislation. The Act will require certain employers with under 500 employees to provide emergency paid sick leave for their employees. Our team has gone through this new legislation, and our general findings are below. It is important to note that this is not […]

George Wilson, Southern Payroll & Benefits

CEO There is no substitute for hard work.  I have spent my professional career in the Payroll/HR world, and this is one thing that I know with certainty.  Clients put their trust in me with their Payroll, Human Resources, and Tax Processing needs, and they expect results. My role is to streamline and automate administrative […]

1099 vs W2 – What’s the Difference & Why Does It Matter?

So, you’re looking to hire your first employee? Congrats! This a huge step for any business owner, but it also begs the question, ‘Is my new-hire a W2 employee, or a 1099 independent contractor?’ With many business owners, they have no clue what the difference is between W2 or 1099, which is not at all […]