We care a lot about getting payroll right. But there are some things we care more about than payroll. What we do as a company happened almost by accident. We could have done a lot of things. But who we are happened on purpose. And we believe it’s something that should continue to happen on purpose each and every day.
Complete Payroll was founded in 1992 by Richard Fish. Since our inception, we've processed millions of checks, billions in tax payments and earned a following of thousands of loyal, happy clients. Today, with offices in Rochester, Buffalo and Perry, NY, we’re regarded as one of the top payroll processing firms in these here United States.
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