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Businesses Enter Busy W-2 Season With Solutions and Savings

Though nearly 2.6 million Americans lost their jobs this past year, the busy season for businesses to file W-2 forms is still underway.  The end of the year is not only the busiest time for business and it is the least desired time to tie up time and resources creating employee W-2s.  The dreaded W-2 season means paper trails, stressed out employees and mistake-laden processes.  But many businesses are finding a solution.
National Payment Corporation (NatPay) is one of the nation’s largest independent direct deposit providers.  The company provides payroll distribution solutions to businesses across the nation in every industry and in every state.  This company’s product, Doculivery, eliminates or reduces the printing and distribution of paper-based W-2s and offers secure electronic W-2s and a simple consent process for electronic W-2s.
“Many of our customers are no longer even experiencing the W-2 season,” says Steven Pereira, NatPay’s Executive Vice President and General Manager. “With Doculivery, the seasonal headaches and expenses of creating W-2s are eliminated.  Call centers do not need temporary staffing and printing and distribution costs decline dramatically,” Pereira says.
“Companies no longer spend money on paper and printing and ink, readily improving the bottom line.”  Pereira explains.  “Doculivery gives employees direct access via self-service over the Internet.   These same employees are able to obtain their own W-2 reprints online and at no additional cost, which further reduces the time and efforts of the business staff.   Employees can reorder reprints of W-2s from anywhere and at any time.  Many companies can charge from $5.00 up to 20.00 a reprint.  Companies are going green while simplifying life, the NatPay way.”
National Payment Corporation is bonded through two major insurance carriers and uses a third-party accounting firm to perform an annual audit of its records.   Processing over $7-billion of customer funds each year, National Payment Corporation maintains an accuracy record of 100%.

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