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25 Jan How To Grow Your Agency with Remote Bookkeeping and Back Office Solutions

As an advertising, marketing or public relations agency, it’s your job to help your clients grow and ensure they are seeing ROI for the services you deliver. We know that the more you can focus on serving your clients and bringing in new ones, the more successful you’ll be. This is why remote bookkeeping and outsourced back office solutions can be a game changer for many growing agencies and firms.

Think about it: Accounting, bookkeeping, payroll and HR are critical parts of your company that can’t be ignored and at times, can make or break your growth as a company. Unfortunately, these critical tasks are also extremely tedious and time-consuming. Advertising and PR are extremely competitive markets, and every moment you spend on non-billable tasks, like bookkeeping or HR, is time that you could have been working for or acquiring clients. Fortunately, there’s an easy solution that can meet your needs and help you grow your agency.

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04 Jan The Ultimate Checklist for Hiring a Remote Bookkeeper

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Outsourcing, Bookkeeping & Accounting

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Hiring a remote bookkeeper and choosing to outsource different aspects of your back office (including accounting, payroll, and HR) offers many advantages to businesses of all sizes. It eliminates the need for your business to foot the cost of staffing, training, managing and (eventually) replacing in-house bookkeepers, while at the same time ensuring you have access to a trained and experienced professional that understands your particular industry and business details. All of this and you can still expect superior service and live support, and forward-thinking bookkeepers are also in the cloud, ensuring records are paperless, encrypted and available 24/7.This is all amplified if you choose to go with a remote bookkeeping firm, rather than an individual internal employee.

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19 Dec The Pros and Cons of Hiring vs. Outsourcing Your Bookkeeper

Traditionally, most businesses used an in-house bookkeeper, however, thanks to advances in technology, the traditional choice may no longer be the best choice for every business. Remote bookkeepers are reliable and widely available, and the technology they use is secure.

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19 Dec Your Business Is Growing; Is It Time To Outsource Your Bookkeeping?

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Outsourcing

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Are you the owner of a small, growing business? If so, can I ask you a question? Did you start out as a one-person shop? I’m going to take a guess that you probably answered yes to that question. If not, I’d wager that you started with just a few people, maybe some family members or close friends who helped you in their spare time. I don’t know too many small business owners who didn’t, at least for some period of time, try to manage it all on their own, or with as little help as possible. At some point, though, it becomes absurd to try to do it all yourself. The demands on your time, energy, and attention reach a point at which you just can’t do it all. That’s the time when you’ll need to make a decision - to either hire more staff, or to outsource some of the work. For most businesses in today’s world, it ends up being a combination of the two. The current trend, quite understandably is to outsource the functions that don’t relate directly to the production of your offerings, and keep in-house those that do. This way, you’ll be hiring people with talents that further the development of your products or services, and delegating the rest to experts outside of your immediate staff. Not surprisingly, bookkeeping is one of the functions that is most commonly outsourced to a third party.

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16 Dec What Accounting Services Can Be Outsourced?

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Outsourcing

by Becky Brown  •  0 Comments

It wasn’t too long ago that the media was abuzz with stories about “outsourcing”, and the loss of jobs that were being shipped overseas. Actually, what we were all so concerned about was really more accurately termed “offshoring”. In the past few years, however, business blogs and websites have been talking much more about another use of the term: the practice of delegating work that falls outside of your company’s core competencies, which frees up your time and resources to focus on what you do best.

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