Payroll by Wave is free for 30 days for all American businesses

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Whoever said the best things in life can’t be free? Now American businesses can enjoy a 30-day free trial of Payroll by Wave, and experience on-time employee payments, direct deposit, and simplified taxes*. It’s easy to set up—you don’t need to enter a credit card—and your free trial starts when you run your first payroll.

Small businesses of all kinds can benefit from using a payroll software. Payroll by Wave helps you:

  • Stay organized and save time by automating your payroll activities
  • Cut down on manual errors that can cost your business
  • Have accurate records at tax time
  • Maintain professionalism and instill confidence in your employees

Ready to get started? To make getting set up as easy as possible, we’ve broken down each step below:

Gather all required information

We’ve put together a checklist of all the things you’ll need to have in front of you when you’re setting up your Payroll by Wave account. Having everything ready before you start  will ensure a smooth setup.

View checklist >

Log in and set up

Once you have everything ready, log in to your account, click on the payments tab and go through the steps to get setup. You’re one step closer to running your payroll—free for 30 days!

Log in and setup >

All the answers you need

If you have more questions, be sure to check out our Payroll by Wave Help Centre. It’s loaded with useful answers and tips to make sure your payroll runs flawlessly.

Visit the Payroll by Wave Help Center >

*Tax service applies to the following states: California, Florida, Illinois, New York, Washington, Texas

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Duong Tran
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