Payday is typically a moment people look forward to. But for many small businesses and startups that are just getting started, it’s a huge source of stress and frustration. Why? Because payday means payroll—and payroll is complicated and takes time. Luckily, automating payroll makes things a whole lot easier.

Jenna Lee

Jenna Lee has been writing about business finance for over seven years. Her work has been featured on Gusto, U.S. News and World Report, The Huffington Post, Credit Karma, and more. Looking for payroll software? Try Gusto today and get your first three months free.

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I Just Started My Small Business—Do I Need Payroll Software?

Payday is typically a moment people look forward to. But for many small businesses and startups that are just getting started, it’s a huge source of stress and frustration. Why? Because payday means payroll—and payroll is complicated and takes time. Luckily, automating payroll makes things a whole lot easier. Read more »

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Payday is typically a moment people look forward to. But for many small businesses and startups that are just getting started, it’s a huge source of stress and frustration. Why? Because payday means payroll—and payroll is complicated and takes time. Luckily, automating payroll makes things a whole lot easier.