Increasing the cost of hiring employees is a matter of concern for almost every employee from all industries; the accounting industry is no exception. The expenses do not just stop here, but there’s additional overheads of benefits, infrastructure, and another setup is not helping by any means. In this situation, numerous employers have to cut in their overall profits in order to keep their practice afloat. But we have come up with some hack that is not only lesser expensive but also effectively profitable. This e-book explains how you can save between $26000 to $60000 per employee per year, without compromising the quality of hired staff.
With the increasing popularity of remote working in this modern cloud technology, a lot of new methods and tools have emerged. They are convenient as well as secure and best of all they are budget-friendly. Every practice owner who is allowing their employees to work remotely is using one platform or the other to communicate, collaborate, get the job done, track performance, and a lot of other things. This e-book contains the list of few tools which have gained more popularity and trust of users more than the others.
We all live in a world that is networked together, thus network protection is not an optional extra but a necessity for small & mid-sized accounting firms who deal with sensitive client data. It's not really a disclosure that accountants and accounting firms hold delicate data about their clients like social security numbers to addresses. Hackers are continually trying to get them. That is an errand for them and can be alarmingly simple if firms don’t have appropriate cybersecurity measures set up. That is the reason accountants need to be motivated now and be cautious about protecting their client data like never before. This ebook explains a few important practices that small and accounting firms could use to have a secure system.
At times, both outsourcing and remote staffing are misunderstood as being one and the same things while they are actually way too different. In this e-book, we have identified and given a detailed description of how working with the remote staff is not outsourcing and why it is better; let’s have a look.