For roofing contractors, finding a quick and reliable payroll service can be difficult.
Fortunately, the team at Everee has come up with a payroll system that is designed to allow contractors the ability to quickly pay their employees.
“We are like Venmo, PayPal, and Cash App, only with all of the backend tax calculation,” says Everee sales rep Jon Jensen.
Jensen adds that Everee handles all W-2 proceedings and even offers roofing contractors the ability to pay their employees same-day.
“This gets your employees paid faster and allows you to attract higher quality talent to your roofing company,” Jensen says.
Everee is elevating the way roofing companies do payroll, and at this rate, it is likely other payroll companies will become obsolete, especially since no other payroll service on the market conducts transactions with the swiftness of Everee.
That’s because traditional payroll companies often take five to six days to complete transactions and allow roofing business owners to meet payroll.
Jensen says many payroll companies work slower not because they are lacking the technology, but because they profit from delaying the distribution of funds to roofing business owners.
“The reason that those companies process transactions slower is because they make money off paying your employees slower,”
“They will sit on that money and put it into a short-term interest account. For example, ADP makes 7% of their annual revenue off of paying people slower, and we know this because it’s in their annual reports, and those reports are public information.”
As mentioned, Everee is different from traditional payroll companies.
“We are built on same-day ACH rails. We’ll pay your employees the same day,” Jensen reemphasizes.
On the surface, it appears that Everee offers the payroll services that most roofing companies crave, yet the question still remains:
How does Everee make money?
“We have a couple of different models. It’s either a flat rate with no contracts for each employee, or we can do things per ACH,” explains Jensen.<>/p
“That means it’s just $0.50-$1.50 per transaction.”
This is a stark contrast to some payroll companies who charge as much as $300 in subscriptions fees, and it is why Everee appears primed to rise to prominence within the roofing industry.
In addition to their low service fees, Everee is also able to cater to any type of payroll structure that a particular roofing company employs.
“When we talk about daily payer and accelerated pay cadence, that is great, but it’s going to eat into your cash flow,” notes Jensen.
“Therefore, what Everee does is actually front those payments for you so that you can stay on your same payroll cadence, whether that’s weekly, biweekly, or semi-monthly. This is nice because it doesn’t impact your cash flow and you still get the benefit of offering your workers an accelerated pay.”
Plus, beyond handling W-2 proceedings and same-day pay setups, Everee also manages end-of-year taxes, quarterly filings, and 1099 forms, all at no additional charge.
“That type of customer service is part of our business model. We are very transparent,” says Jensen.
If you’re interested in learning more about how Everee can help your roofing business with payroll services, visit their website today!