Minnesota Payroll Outsourcing Services

Companies in Minnesota likely spend little time thinking about payroll until an issue or need arises. The reality is payroll should be simple, straightforward and easy to manage. This means not only the timely payment of employees, but also accurate recording keeping, and the on-time filing of required paperwork and tax forms.

Yet for many Minnesota businesses, this is simply not the case. For some, challenges have arisen due to company growth leaving internal resources unable to scale up to meet changing needs. For others, there are service issues with the current outsourced payroll provider resulting in a lack of confidence and doubts about whether payroll is being properly managed.

Outsourced Payroll Experience – Minnesota

Adams Brown, Strategic Allies and CPAs offer outsourced payroll services to companies in Minnesota. Our team of experienced payroll specialists serves the needs of small to mid-sized businesses. We offer turnkey and scalable service that includes an employee self-service portal, hiring and onboarding, on-demand wages, pay-as-you-go workers’ compensation, time management systems and web-based payroll entry. It is driven by professionals with years of experience and significant technical expertise.

Contact Our Minnesota Payroll Team

If you are tired of settling for an inaccurate and burdensome payroll process, then now is the time to change. Complete the form to the right and a team member will follow up with you shortly.


About the State of Minnesota

The Minnesota business community is a diverse and thriving ecosystem that encompasses a wide range of industries, including healthcare, technology, manufacturing and agriculture. The state is home to several Fortune 500 companies, such as Target, UnitedHealth Group, Best Buy, and General Mills, as well as many smaller businesses that contribute to the local economy. Minnesota is known for its strong focus on innovation and collaboration. Many companies in the state work closely with academic institutions and research centers to develop new technologies and products, and there is a strong culture of entrepreneurship and start-up activity.

In addition to its thriving private sector, Minnesota is also home to several major government agencies, including the Minnesota Department of Employment and Economic Development (DEED) and the Minnesota Department of Revenue. These agencies work closely with businesses of all sizes to provide resources, support and incentives for growth and development.