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Q: What types of regulations requiring periodic reporting, both monetary and statistical, come along with the payroll function, and what are the reports required?
A: Multi -location processing . The supplier can usually process payroll for all company locations; several suppliers are based in all major cities, so they can handle paycheck deliveries to nearly any location. [ Other smaller suppliers get around not having multiple locations by sending checks via overnight delivery services either approach works very well. ]
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User: Is the payroll function best performed within a company, or is outsourcing a better approach to payroll processing

User: What are the positives and negatives of both?

User: What are the positives and negatives of both?





User: What types of regulations requiring periodic reporting, both monetary and statistical, come along with the payroll function, and what are the reports required?





Weegy: Multi -location processing . The supplier can usually process payroll for all company locations; several suppliers are based in all major cities, so they can handle paycheck deliveries to nearly any location. [ Other smaller suppliers get around not having multiple locations by sending checks via overnight delivery services either approach works very well. ]
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