Church Payroll Software
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Simplify the process of paying your staff.
Process and pay U.S. employees automatically.
Once your employee data and timesheets are all set up, Realm® will calculate necessary tax withholdings, process adjustments, communicate status, and post payments in its payroll software for churches.
Ensure everyone receives a correct paycheck.
Payroll is part of Realm church management software designed specifically for churches, allowing you to maintain important details about your employees and accommodate special tax requirements and allowances for your ministerial staff.
Process timesheets for individuals or groups of employees.
Split employees into manageable groups for processing pay periods or for structuring compensation for specific jobs. Timesheet groups run separately and give you complete control over how employees are paid.
Define and assign jobs to your employees.
Realm’s tools allow staff to manage the church and run your ministries, and Payroll gives you a way to manage all those staff positions quicker and easier. Add all of the jobs available at your church—including full-time, part-time, and one-time positions—and assign these jobs for how your staff is paid.
Track any additions and subtractions to employee wages.
Keep track of employee benefits, additional compensation, employer-paid items, and special situations such as housing and auto allowances, phone reimbursements, retirement plans, insurance, and one-off deductions.
Print physical checks and post to General Ledger.
Using Realm church accounting software with payroll, you can run payroll, print checks, and post payroll checks to the general ledger according to the payroll transactions list.
Tax Withholding Settings
Automatically calculate payroll withholding taxes.
Realm’s payroll software for ministries, along with Symmetry Software, calculates payroll withholding taxes for federal, FICA, state, and local taxes. Only taxable jobs and adjustments will be used to calculate taxes.