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Plane takes care of payroll, benefits, and compliance for US-based companies hiring in the US and worldwide. Our secure, cloud-based platform makes it easy to hire and pay domestic and international employees and contractors. We automate payments to contractors worldwide and make it possible to hire people abroad as full-time employees without having to set up local legal entities.

Pay international contractors without international wire fees or trips to your bank.
With Plane, you can streamline payments and compliance with a click for $39 per contractor / month.

In this model, you have a direct relationship with your contractors, while Plane transfers money on your behalf. Contractors are responsible for their own taxes and filings and can manage their own payment details and check their payment status in Plane's platform.

We help companies employ people as full-time employees in over 160 countries under a PEO model. 

In this case, Plane acts as the employer of record in a country, makes all the filings, pays statutorily required contributions on your behalf, and more. This comes with all benefits like paid time off or a pension plan, and obligations like mandatory notice periods or severance.

To learn more details regarding hiring in a specific country, please don't hesitate to get in touch with us at

Check out the list of countries that we support.

Hire, onboard, and pay your US (domestic W2) employees directly in Plane for $19 per employee / month. Get comprehensive multi-state W2 payroll, guided hiring and onboarding for you and your new hires, self-service features for employees, and more.

With Plane's Unified Payroll, you can pay your entire team of employees and contractors, in the US and globally, using one platform. Interested in a walkthrough of the platform? Sign up for a free demo with one of our experts at Or, you can get started right away by creating your Plane account here.

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