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Complete Payroll is SSAE-16 Compliant

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SSAE 16 compliance is a hot topic within the regulatory compliance world. That’s because the Statement on Standards for Attestation Engagement (SSAE) number 16, known simply as SSAE-16, has replaced the longstanding SAS-70 audit standard for reporting periods ending on or after June 15, 2011.

Complete Payroll has achieved third party validation under the SSAE-16 Type II certification.

 

What does this mean?

  • SSAE-16 Type II, a widely recognized auditing standard established by the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants (AICPA), is the authoritative guidance demonstrating that Complete Payroll has undergone an independent in-depth audit, including testing of Complete Payroll’s control activities over its payroll services. A Type II report not only includes the service organization’s description of controls, but also includes detailed testing of the service organization’s controls.
  • SSAE-16 Type II continued endorsement helps provide credible proof to Complete Payroll customers that their critical data is secure using Complete Payroll’s services.
  • SSAE-16 Type II is designated by the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) as an acceptable method for management to obtain assertions about service organization internal controls without conducting separate assessments.

For more information about SSAE-16 certification, click here.

Teresa Jackson
Complete Payroll provided an easy transition from internal payroll processing traditionally performed by the bookkeeper. With payroll service as a core business competency, they have the expertise to help mitigate errors and ease the burden of annual updates. Comprehensive reporting gives all the details needed and an organization can operate with an added piece of mind knowing that the payroll service is taken care of.

Don Cunningham

Supervisor, Town of Bergen, N.Y.

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