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We Do Timeclocks

We are now the Hawaii distributors of uAttend time and attendance systems. Check out our facial recognition and fingerprint biometric timeclocks linked to a state-of-the-art web based data management system. Upload your time card data into PayPro instead of manually entering it.

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Hawaii Payroll is what we do and Hawaii payroll is our specialty. We have been processing Hawaii payroll since 1969 and with over 40 years of experience we can get the job done.

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redcrosssmallAbout Prepaid Healthcare
What will change starting January 1, 2014:

Most people must have health insurance coverage or pay a fine.
You won’t be denied coverage even if you have a serious health condition.
Insurance premiums won't be based on your health status anymore. They’ll be based on your age and rates may be adjusted based on tobacco use (for people who get coverage through a small business with up to 50 employees or an individual plan.)
Health plans must cover 10 essential health benefits (for people who get coverage through a small business with up to 50 full-time employees or through an individual plan.)

For Small Businesses

A small business is defined as a company that has up to 50 full-time employees.

Options to buy coverage

Starting October 1, 2013, small businesses with up to 50 full-time employees will have two options to buy employee health plans. They can work directly with a healthcare provider or use the Hawaii Health Connector, an online state health marketplace.

Tax credits available

Businesses that use the Hawaii Health Connector may qualify for a tax credit of up to 50 percent if they have an equivalent of up to 25 full-time employees with average wages of less than $50,000. There’s a lot of paperwork to fill out, so check with your tax adviser. Not sure if you qualify for the health insurance tax credit?

Premiums are changing.

Starting in 2014, health plan premiums will be based on your employees’ age. Health plans for older employees may cost more than plans for younger employees. Also, the federal government will pay for health care reform changes with new fees and taxes imposed on health insurers nationwide. This will add costs to health plan premiums.

Benefits are changing

Starting in 2014, your employees’ health plans will include these 10 essential health benefits:
1. Prescription drugs
2. Ambulance service
3. Emergency care
4. Hospitalization
5. Laboratory services
6. Maternity and newborn care
7. Mental health and substance use services
8. Pediatric oral and vision services
9. Rehabilitation and habilitative services
10. Services for preventive care, wellness, and chronic disease management

Your part-time employees will need coverage

You are not required to offer health care coverage to your part-time employees who work less than 20 hours a week. However, they’ll need coverage by January 1, 2014, or will have to pay a fine to the Internal Revenue Service. Those employees can buy an individual health plan directly from a healthcare provider or in the Hawaii Health Connector, the state’s online health insurance marketplace. Depending on their income, they could be eligible for financial help to pay for health insurance if they buy it in the Connector.

To-do Checklist for Employers

Health care reform requires you to: · Inform your employees about the Hawaii Health Connector, the state online health insurance marketplace by October 1, 2013. · Report the value of your employees’ benefits on their annual W-2 form beginning with the 2012 forms. Some employers are exempt from this requirement for now, including employers who file less than 250 W-2s, multi-employer plans, health retirement account plans, and self-insured plans not subject to COBRA rules. · Starting in 2014, report your employees’ minimum essential coverage annually to the Internal Revenue Service. Large employers with at least 50 full-time equivalent employees must file additional information about fulfilling their responsibilities.

Dependent coverage

Do you offer your employees a B status plan under Hawaii’s Prepaid Health Care Act? If you do, state law requires you to provide coverage to your employees’ dependents and pay at least half of that coverage. If you don't offer a B status plan, you’re not required to offer dependent coverage. They can still get coverage by contacting your healthcare provider. They can also buy a plan in the Hawaii Health Connector, the state’s online health insurance marketplace. Depending on their income, they could be eligible for financial help to pay for health insurance if they buy it in the Connector. If you offer your employees family coverage, their dependents up to age 26 could get coverage under the family plan. Remind your employees that health care reform requires almost everyone to get coverage by January 1, 2014, or pay a fine to the Internal Revenue Service. And no one will be turned down for coverage even if they have a serious health condition. So it’s important that everyone has coverage. Hawaii businesses must still comply with the state’s Prepaid Health Care Act. This 1974 law requires employers to provide health insurance for employees who work 20 hours or more a week for four weeks in a row (with some exceptions). Employers must contribute at least half of the employee’s premiums for single coverage. The employee contributes the rest, but no more than 1.5 percent of their wages.

What is the state marketplace?

The state marketplace is an online marketplace where people can buy health insurance. It’s called the Hawaii Health Connector and available starting October 1, 2013.

Who can use the marketplace?

Small businesses with up to 50 full-time employees and people who buy individual health plans on their own can use the marketplace. What’s the benefit of buying a health plan in the marketplace? Small businesses that use the marketplace may qualify for a tax credit of up to 50 percent for two years starting in 2014. To qualify, you must have an equivalent of up to 25 full-time employees with average wages of less than $50,000. You’ll need to fill out a lot of paper work, so check with your tax adviser. Also, the marketplace will send employers one consolidated bill for employee health plans.


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HAWAII PAYROLL TIMECLOCKS

BN6500

BN6000

  • Biometric: Fingerprint
  • 5,000 Employees
  • Plug 'n' Play Ethernet Connection
  • Free Lifetime Replacement
  • Display Your Company Logo
  • Large Color Display
  • Easy Department Transfers
  • Check Hours Worked in Pay Period from Clock
  • Remote Firmware Updates
  • DHCP or Static Environments
  • Employee Service Options - Employees can request time off, check hours worked, and view benefit accruals from the device.
  • Designated Break and Lunch Punches - Employees can punch for break and lunch or can use automatic deductions.
  • Tip and Expense Reporting - Employees can add tips and expenses in the device for accurate wage and reimbursement reporting.
  • Job Tracking - Track two levels of job details and get accurate job reports to be used for invoicing or records.
  • Time Off Requests - Employees can request time off directly from the device. Two levels of approval (supervisor and administrator) can be set and approved time off approves coded correctly on the employee's time card.

$149.00

BN6000

BN6500

  • Biometric: Fingerprint
  • Plug 'n' Play WIFI or Ethernet Connection
  • 5,000 Employees
  • Free Lifetime Replacements
  • Display Your Company Logo
  • Large Color Display
  • Easy Department Transfers
  • Check Hours Worked in Pay Period From Clock
  • Remote Firmware Updates
  • DHCP or Static Environments
  • Employee Service Options - Employees can request time off, check hours worked, and view benefit accruals from the device.
  • Designated Break and Lunch Punches - Employees can punch for break and lunch or can use automatic deductions.
  • Tip and Expense Reporting - Employees can add tips and expenses in the device for accurate wage and reimbursement reporting.
  • Job Tracking - Track two levels of job details and get accurate job reports to be used for invoicing or records.
  • Time Off Requests - Employees can request time off directly from the device. Two levels of approval (supervisor and administrator) can be set and approved time off approves coded correctly on the employee's time card.

$249.00

mn2000

MN2000

  • Facial Recognition: Hands Free Punches
  • WIFI or Ethernet Connection
  • Optional PIN Punch
  • Free Lifetime Replacement
  • 200 Employees
  • Large Color Display
  • Upload Company Logo

$299.00

HAWAII PAYROLL EXPERTS

 
We are a locally owned and operated Hawaii payroll company located in downtown Honolulu providing payroll services tailored to meet your needs. We combine state of the art online processing combined with hands on people oriented service. Our clients are our family.
  • Fax, email, or online input
  • Local company, local staff
  • Friendly local support

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HAWAII PAYROLL EXPERIENCE

 
Hawaii Payroll is what we do and Hawaii payroll is our specialty. We have been processing Hawaii payroll since 1969 and with over 40 years of experience we can get the job done. We are not a mainland company, we are a dedicated Hawaii payroll company staffed by friendly Hawaii payroll people. When you think of Hawaii payroll think of Pacific Data Services.

What will change starting January 1, 2014: • Most people must have health insurance coverage or pay a fine. • You won’t be denied coverage even if you have a serious health condition. • Insurance premiums won’t be based on your health status anymore. They’ll be based on your age and rates may be adjusted […]