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* Annual discount: 1 free month
Still have questions?
What is a 'user' and does the price vary based on the user's level?
A user is an Administrator, Supervisor, Employee or Contractor. Pricing for all users is the same.
What if I don't like my free trial?
No problem! Your free trial expires after a few weeks and that's it.
What is included in my free trial?
You get access to all our great features during the trial, including unlimited live support - a benefit you keep when you become a paying customer.
Is there a discount if I pay for the year?
Yes, we offer a free month of service with annual payments.
Are there any hidden charges?
After your free trial, you'll pay only the charge per user listed above unless you add the Photo Timestamp security option, which is an additional $1 per user per month.
Do you have options for seasonal companies? I don't need all my people the whole year.
We bill monthly, so you only pay for months you need.
What is Photo Timestamp?
Photo Timestamp is a feature that takes a picture of your users each time they punch the clock from desktop computers. We charge a little extra for this option because we have to store lots of photos.
How do I get a freelance account?
Sign up for a free trial and then you can activate your account as a Freelance (free) account. Free accounts do not include live support but freelancers may purchase a support option for $99 per year.
My staff tracks time, but I don't track time myself. Do I count as a paid user?
Every account comes with one free user. Usually that's for the account owner but could be given to an outsourced accountant or bookkeeper. Everyone else who uses the account counts as a paid user whether they are a regular employee, contractor, supervisor or account administrator. All users are billed at the rates shown above.