With the price changes of $80 monthly and $4 per month per employee, does the per month per employee change depending on how often a client runs payroll?

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Hello there, jayme,

Allow me to share some information about the employee fee for payroll.

Your client will be charged when he runs payroll within the range of his billing month. For example, he'll be billed on the 26th of October for payroll run the prior month (August 26 - September 26). If your client will not pay any employees from August 26 - September 26, there won't be any charges.

The employee fee per month applies to the number of employees paid within your monthly billing range, not to the number of payrolls you run.

Check out the Accountants Payroll Price Changes FAQs for your guide.

Get back to me by leaving a comment if you need additional information. I'm here to help.

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