Frequently Asked Questions......
1. What does
"DM" stand for in DM Employer Services?
Dental and Medical professionals are the mainstay of our employment services by providing paperless payroll processing. Our mission is to assist employees with proper payroll services and mainstream their lives so they can concentrate on doing to best job they can.
2. We would like Direct
Deposit. Do you offer it? How does it work and what are the
advantages and disadvantages?
Yes, we offer Direct Deposit. When you use Direct Deposit the entire amount of the payroll, is electronically transferred (by ACH) from our account into your account to the individual employees account . Those employees who don't participate in the Direct Deposit program will receive a standard payroll check and the employees that are in the program will receive a pay statement (a non-negotiable check) sent to their personal e-mail showing all of the information that would be on a standard payroll check.
3. Can the Direct Deposit be split into checking and savings accounts? Is there an extra charge?
Yes. You can split your deposits into several different accounts at no additional cost.
4. What If I work at different locations, Does this pose any problems?
No, it is not a problem. We can pay your employees regardless of their location. We also handle the tax and filing requirements for any location.
7. If I have child support and other garnishments. Can you handle these?
Yes. Supply us with a copy of the documents detailing the order and we will produce the checks each pay period or send electroncially as required.
9. Can you handle employee loans and advances?
10. How is the payroll delivered?
We have the ability to develop a totally paperless payroll for you and all reports and payroll information can be delivered electronically.
11. How do I report payroll information to you?
Our clients report their payroll information using our online website. We do the original setup of the payroll and supply training on its use at no charge. We can also receive fax or phone for clients who are not online.
What should I do if my chekc is for the wrong amount?
If it is during normal business hours, you should call our payroll-processing center and notify their processors of the problem. We will immediately take the necessary steps to correct the problem.
Am i Do you supply payroll
for workers compensation premiums?
Yes. Sign into your account online and go to reports. Select payroll report, then quarter you need, preview and print You may also select an overtime report on the right information tab as well. There is no additional charge for this report either.
What is New Hire reporting?
Hire reporting is a process by which you, as an employer, report information on newly hired employees to a designated state agency shortly after the date of hire. As an employer, you play a key role in this important program by reporting all your newly hired employees to your state. It is strongly recommended that the payroll office address for the newly hired employee also be reported if it is different from the FEIN address. For more information for the requirements in your state, go to: http://www.acf.hhs.gov/programs/cse/newhire/employer/contacts/nh_matrix.pdf
Please email any questions not answered above and one of our payroll professionals will get back to you.