Automated payroll taxes for a new decade

December 3, 2019
5 minutes read

For an up-to-date list of states Wave offers automatic payroll tax payments and filings in, click here.

With a new decade on the horizon, we can't help but dream of what exciting opportunities lie ahead for you and your business. While we once imagined 2020 to be a futuristic utopia, we now know that this decade will not be defined by flying cars or robot servants, but rather with how connectivity and automation powers our economy.

In 2019 we heard how tired you were, of wasting countless hours on manual work towards tax filings and payments. We're excited to announce that we’ve added five new U.S states to our automated Payroll tax payments and filings service: Arizona, Georgia, Indiana, Minnesota and Wisconsin. By continuing to enable business owners across Canada (except Quebec)and 14 U.S states to enroll in our automated Payroll taxes, we’ve proudly saved them more than half a week’s worth of business hours just by filing and paying payroll taxes! But our work isn’t done, our goal is to bring automated tax payments and filing to everyone!

We can’t wait to get to tackle more U.S states in 2020 so that all small businesses can have more hours back in their week by enrolling in automated payroll tax payments and filings.

Arizona, California, Florida, Georgia, Illinois, Indiana, Minnesota, New York, North Carolina, Tennessee, Texas, Virginia, Washington, Wisconsin and Canada (excluding Quebec)

We remain committed to our mission – to simplify how businesses run their business and manage their teams, and have accomplished this by launching new features in 2019 to drive that result. Workers’ Compensation Insurance is now available to our customers through our partner, AP Intego. We also launched features to help new employees self onboard, saving valuable time for small business owners, and we've enabled a better onboarding experience for team members.

We’re here to bring more peace of mind to your payday and every day!

By Wave Staff

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