Need to make corrections? Yearli makes it easy to file W-2c forms using our innovative cloud filing process. READ MORE >

Greatland Corporation Acquires Aabet Business Systems

Wage and income reporting leader builds market share with California company

Greatland Corporation, the Michigan-based W-2, 1099 and 1095 specialist, today announced the acquisition of Marin County, Calif.-based Aabet Business Systems.

Aabet Business Systems has been in business for over 30 years and provides checks and tax forms and related services to businesses. The Aabet Business Systems acquisition is Greatland Corporation’s third in the past five years, and is effective immediately.

“This strategic purchase increases Greatland’s west coast customer base and our overall market share in the reporting and payment processing market,” said Bob Nault, president and CEO of Greatland Corporation. “Aabet Business Systems is a strong, established company and we look forward to bringing their customers new options, such as our wage and information reporting products and services.”

Greatland and Aabet Business Systems owner Shelli Clay have partnered for the last 13 years on business checks, envelopes, and W-2 and 1099 forms, often with Greatland drop-shipping products directly to Aabet customers.

“Taking care of customers has always been my primary concern, and I know they are in excellent hands with Greatland,” Clay said. “Their team is highly trained, exceptionally knowledgeable and committed to service at every level.”

Since 1974, Greatland has been providing wage and income reporting products and services to businesses of all sizes. Greatland’s unique culture provides personalized service from dedicated account managers, each with more than 10 years of experience providing businesses with reporting guidance. From paper forms to software and online filing, Greatland finds the best solution to fit budget and business needs. With a full-time team of compliance experts, the company helps businesses stay in compliance with the IRS and SSA requirements to avoid costly fines.

Ready to get started?

It's easy to get started. Simply choose your account type, register and begin filing forms for your business.

Sign Up
November 23, 2021

Winning Strategies to Avoid CP2100 Notices

Has your business received notice from the IRS that there are payee name and TIN combinations that do not match the IRS database? If so, the time to act is now.
Read More
November 10, 2021

The ‘New Normal’ Highlights Importance of Cloud Computing

At the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic, cloud computing was already on the upswing and transforming business as we know it. Now, as businesses look toward a post-pandemic work environment all signs point toward continued growth in the “new norm.”
Read More
October 25, 2021

New E-File Threshold: What it Could Mean for Businesses

Is your business prepared to e-file? In July 2021, IRS proposed regulations that would lower the e-file threshold for information returns from 250 returns to 100 returns for tax year 2021 (filed in 2022) and then further reduced to 10 for tax year 2022 returns (filed in 2023).
Read More