New Partners Added at ABC

Posted by Dave Cosper on Friday, April 11, 2008

At America’s Best Companies, we are dedicated to helping small businesses stay in business, grow their business, and make more money in their business. Part of that is constantly working to increase the scope and value of our membership benefits so we are always on the lookout for great companies that will offer our members valuable discounts on their products and services. Right now we are adding between six and ten partners each month so check out our partner pages frequently to see our latest additions. As an example of this growth and the kind of great companies that we are bringing on board to benefit you, let me share with you the three new partners we added over the last week: BizQuest, B2B Professional Tools and PayCycle.

 

BizQuest

BizQuest is the Internet's leading online business for sale marketplace. ABC members receive 10% off of their regular cost of a business for sale listing. Biz Quest now has more than 42,000 listings of established businesses for sale, 1,000 franchise opportunity listings, 2,000 business brokerage firms, and over 100,000 registered buyers.

 

B2B Professional Tools

This company offers over 8,000 hard to find tools, supplies, and equipment for professionals in the jewelry, industrial, electronics and hobby markets. They also serve the general public. ABC members get 15% off the entire website stock. Some of the items you can find through B2B Professional Tools include products such as Bausch & Lomb magnifiers, Grobet files and carbide burs, Busch jewelers burs, Raytech polishing tumblers, Cratex abrasive wheels and many more.

 

PayCycle

PayCycle is an easy-to-use, low cost online payroll processor. They are offering our members a 10% discount off of their services for the first 9 months of their PayCycle contract. This discount extends to both of their service levels. PayCycle Payroll Basic and PayCycle Payroll Plus. PayCycle is easy. You don't need any training or expertise and can usually get started in about an hour. There's no software to install and the Setup Wizard guides you through setting up your company and employees. Once you're up and running, you can run your payroll in less than five minutes each payday.  PayCycle automatically withholds payroll taxes and mandatory deductions from paychecks, as well as a wide range of voluntary deductions such as insurance premiums, retirement plans and flexible spending accounts. The two membership levels breakdown as follows:

PayCycle Payroll Basic

This is for those of you who don't need help paying or filing state payroll taxes or paying contractors. 

  • Includes Payroll Plus features to pay employees and electronically handle federal tax deposits and filings.
  • Does not support contractor payments.
  • Does not assist with state tax deposits or state filings.
  • Regular Price: $24.99/mo.

PayCycle Payroll Plus

Their most popular service, PayCycle Payroll Plus includes everything you need to run your business’ payroll activities from your desktop. The service’s capabilities range from paying employees and contractors to paying and filing federal and state payroll taxes.

  • Easily handles your end-to-end payroll needs from paychecks to W-2 forms.
  • Guaranteed accurate federal, state, local, and voluntary withholding calculations.
  • Free phone support from payroll experts.
  • Run payroll from anywhere and at any time.
  • Choose from 3 ways to pay employees or contractors: use free direct deposit; print checks from your computer; hand-write checks and print detailed paystubs.
  • Pay and file all federal payroll taxes electronically.
  • Pay and file state payroll taxes—electronically in most cases.
  • Stay organized with email reminders and insightful payroll reports.
  • Set up and pay employees today with easy PayToday Setup.
  • Regular Price: $42.99/mo.

If you want to manage your own payroll, this is the right service for you.

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Dave Cosper

As Vice President of America's Best Companies, Dave Cosper manages the daily requirements of the business, as well as corporate growth and development. He has over six years of experience working specifically with small businesses and is a frequent contributor to America's Best magazine covering topics like Internet marketing, advertising and technology. Email Dave.

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Reader Comments


Tuesday, April 15, 2008 at 1:34 PM
J-rizzal says:

Whats with Bizquest? If i'm reading this blog on this site isn't it EXTREMELY likely that I already own a business? and if i'm here dosn't that mean i'm invested into my business and have no plans on selling my business? I mean it can't hurt but why???

Wednesday, April 16, 2008 at 9:06 AM
Jo's Furnishings says:

Some of us are in business to make money, sometimes that means selling out.

Thursday, April 17, 2008 at 9:46 AM
J-rizzal says:

I guess I can see that side of it, well I guess it can't hurt anything. Looks like these guys have thought of just about everything huh. B2B is a kinda cool one, lots of range on what companies could use it from Dentists to plumbers very cool.


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