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Why Off-Site Business Services?

We are available and reliable throughout normal business hours, 

all year long.


Clients only pay for the hours of service used.

We do bookkeeping for less than half the cost 

of a CPA firm.

We do not charge a monthly fee for a payroll account.

Our staff updates their skills regularly through 

continuing education.


Our services are tailored to fit your needs., whether you need one service 

or several.


 A qualified, specially trained and experienced employee is assigned

to your account.



Good Business




 Welcome aboard to our  newest clients:

Michael A. Buck, Esq.

AQSA School

Highwood Consulting, LLC


 We look forward to a  successful partnership!


Tuesday Tips and Tricks

       March 3, 2015

Everybody Likes Pay Day?


3_piggy_banks.jpgPayroll processing can often become burdensome for a business owner because local, state, and federal tax regulations change regularly - and often with little notice. Failure to keep up and comply with the most recent payroll tax laws could result in fines and penalties for your business.  


Payroll problems can also lead to unhappy employees, and expose employers to a lot of risk.


Small business owners can avoid may of the major (and minor) payroll mistakes simply by setting up their payroll properly.


You can calculate wages perfectly and get payroll done on time each pay period. But if you didn't register your business, set up federal, state and local tax withholdings or classify employees correctly, your payroll will be incorrect, and you may soon have the IRS knocking on your door.


In order to file the proper amount of taxes, you'll need to study the law and understand how much to withhold from employees for federal and state income taxes, Social Security and Medicare taxes, and other applicable state and local payroll taxes. Plus, you need to understand how much you, as an employer, will pay in taxes.


At Off-Site Business Services, we work with a variety of different payroll systems and can, not only, recommend which software is best for your company, but also manage your entire payroll process.


For a suggestion on which direction to take and a free, no obligation quote, call us today.



The Biggest Challenge Facing Your Small Business is ...


Starting a business is a big achievement for many entrepreneurs, but maintaining one is the larger challenge. There are many standard challenges that face every business whether they are large or small. These include things like hiring the right people, building a brand and so on. However, there are some that are unique to small businesses - ones most large companies have grown out of long ago. Over the next five issues, we will be identifying five of the Biggest Challenges Facing Your Small Business (from contributor Andrew Beattie in Investopedia).


This Week:  Fatigue


The hours, the work and the constant pressure to perform wears on even the most passionate individuals. Many business owners, even successful ones, get stuck working much longer hours than their employees. Moreover, they fear that their business will stall in their absence, so they avoid taking any long breaks away from work to recharge. When fatigue sets in, the weariness with the hours and the results can lead to rash decisions about the business, including the desire to abandon it completely. Finding a pace that keeps the business humming without grinding down the owner is a challenge that comes early (and often) in the evolution of a small business.

Next issue: Founder Dependence

Six Steps to Dealing with Customer Complaints

Ben Ridler, Entrepreneur's Organization


At some point, everyone in business has to deal with an upset customer. The challenge is to handle the situation in a way that leaves the customer thinking you operate a great company. If you're lucky, you can even encourage him or her to serve as a passionate advocate for your brand.


When it comes down to it, many customers don't even bother to complain. They simply leave and buy from your competitors.


Research suggests that up to 80 percent of customers who leave were, in fact, "satisfied" with the original company. Obviously, customer satisfaction is not enough. Businesses nowadays need to positively delight customers if they want to earn their loyalty.


It may seem counter-intuitive, but a business owner's ability to effectively deal with customer complaints provides a great opportunity to turn dissatisfied customers into active promoters of the business. Here are some customer-oriented tips.

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