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Free and Easy Timesheets

Save 5+ Hours on Payroll Every Week

Free online timesheets make it easy to run payroll from anywhere in just a few clicks

Identify errors automatically

Homebase keeps a running list of missed shifts, missed clock-outs, and missed breaks.

Track paid and unpaid breaks, and even tips

Stay compliant without any extra work.

View your labor costs in real-time

See your labor costs and labor cost % in real-time from your phone or computer.

Timesheets that do the work for you

Prepare your timesheets without a calculator and save hours every payroll period. Homebase automatically identifies errors, including missed breaks or clock-outs. You can compare to the scheduled hours instantly.

  • Total hours, calculate overtime, and subtract breaks automatically.
  • Identify errors automatically.
  • Export directly to popular payroll providers without any data entry.

Spend less time on timesheets

Track breaks and tips

Track paid and unpaid breaks based on your state rules. See cash tip declarations totaled up on your timesheets.

Automatic calculations and overtime

Total hours, track overtime, and subtract breaks without a calculator. Homebase keeps the running totals for you.

Compliance tools to reduce your risk

Get a text if an employee hits overtime. Get an email if an employee is going to hit overtime later in the week. Keep your timesheet records securely in the cloud.

Sync your timesheet data directly to payroll with the following providers:

Wells Fargo

Wells Fargo

Gusto

Gusto

Heartland

Heartland

Square Payroll

Square Payroll

ADP

ADP

QuickBooks

QuickBooks

Millennium

Millennium

Bank of America

Bank of America

SurePayroll

SurePayroll

“I do a lot of off-site events, like birthday parties. With the mobile GPS clock-in feature in Homebase Essentials, I can just have my employees clock in once they get to the event location, rather than having them clock in at the store first, lowering my labor costs.”

Matthew Marcom

Franchisor and Territory Development
Pelican's Snoball