ADP vs QuickBooks Payroll

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ADP vs QuickBooks Payroll

For many companies, payroll adds up to be one of the largest expenses. According to Deloitte, Fortune 500 companies’ payroll accounts for between 50% and 60% of annual company spending. Thus, ensuring payroll is accurate, compliant, and efficient is a priority for many companies with between 75 and 6,000 employees. To achieve this, many companies turn to payroll software to streamline the process. With many options on the market, weighing the choice of ADP vs QuickBooks payroll can be a difficult decision. Let’s dive into the software solutions so you can make the right decision for your HR department