Do you hear that? It’s the sound of companies with large contingent workforces digging through piles of paperwork, shipping out tax documentation, tracking down addresses, updating changed addresses, fielding endless calls from freelancers, and running around like chickens who have been recently separated from their heads. During Tax Day, and tax season, managing freelance payroll is more than just a pain in the ass—it’s a detriment to your productivity.
Here are three pill-free steps to ease those tax season headaches:
Step One: Get freelance payroll off your books.
PayReel handles every detail surrounding freelance payroll—from onboarding to reporting, and, of course, tax documentation. Since freelancers are technically our employees; art directors, producers, and media departments get all the creativity without any of the paperwork.
Step Two: Let PayReel handle the details.
Transparency is key. If you never want to see another detail about your contingent workforce in your life, you don’t have to. On the flip side, you can always dig into the details as deeply as you want.
We securely store all documents online in an easy-to-view and easy-to-find format. Find out what freelancers are costing you and whether the ROI is still in line with your needs. Track spending by employee, project, time period, and more. Our reporting options are true to your unique business realities and available anytime.
Step Three: Get yourself a cup of joe and relax.
We’ve got you covered. With PayReel taking on the entire burden of payrolling your independent contractors, you might even forget Tax Day is coming next year!
PayReel’s clients, who are some of the biggest companies in the world, are constantly immersed in the chaos of producing multimedia content or executing live events. PayReel makes sure they have the right contractors at the right time in the right place, and that everyone gets paid properly. And, most importantly, they handle every last detail perfectly while making sure their clients think nothing of it, so they can get back to doing what they do best.