What Services Are You Looking For?
  • Bookkeeping
  • Payroll
  • A/R and A/P
  • Bill Payments
  • Quotes
  • Invoicing
  • Bank, Credit Card and Loan Account Reconciliations
  • Payroll Taxes
  • Monthly Financial Reporting
  • Personal Financial Statements
  • Data Entry
  • Word Processing
  • Contract Management
  • CRM
  • Appointment Scheduling
  • Travel Arrangements
  • Social Media Management
  • Office Organization
  • Excel Spreadsheets
  • Concierge Services
  • Internet Search 

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. 

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                                                                May 12, 2015

Keep Your Money in Your Wallet Through Tax Saving Opportunities



As a small business owner, you are always looking to save money on taxes. Keeping up on tax saving opportunities such as deductions, payroll taxes, and depreciation can be a daunting task.


Small business owners can deduct all expenses that are necessary to the running of their business. Maintaining good records of those expenses (i.e. receipts, canceled checks, invoices, etc.) ensures that you are taking advantage of every deduction you are entitled to. This also provides proof in the event of an IRS audit.


If you have employees, you are paying employer payroll taxes on the wages and bonuses you pay them. Social Security tax is 6.2% of an employee's wages up to $118,500 in 2015, Medicare tax is 1.45% of all wages earned. Other employer payroll taxes include FUTA (.8% of the first $7,000 wages for each employee,) and your state's unemployment tax. One way to reduce payroll taxes is to offer employee benefits or outsource tasks. Consider using a service for bookkeeping, payroll, marketing or human resources. These allow business owners to reduce payroll taxes, and write those costs off as expenses.


For more information on how your business can save money on taxes, give us a call.




How to Take a Summer Vacation When You're in Charge

You can plan a relaxing summer vacation-

                                                        even if you're the boss.


beach-chairs-umbrella.jpg It can be particularly tough for entrepreneurs who are the lifeblood of their businesses to take a week or two away from running the day-to-day operations.  


A deep freeze has not destroyed the crop of Pina Colada ingredients, nor have trade union disputes led to a shortage of tiny parasols to adorn the tops of coco frios. Rather, small business owners tend to push themselves even beyond their limits, says Craig Jennings, a serial entrepreneur and regular vacationer. "Self-employed people are absolutely relentless." 


But business can go on while you're out of town. Here are five tips to help you take a break this summer: Read the entire article here.

Which One Does It Pay To Go With

 for Your Business?


QuickBooks Desktop Payroll 
            vs. Intuit Online Payroll

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              May 13

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To register, go to here.  

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                                                  Without the Full-time Cost.

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