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 
  • Marketing Assistance

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. 

From our "first" Newsletter

May 8, 2012
Check Your Checks
When you reorder your checks, always double check the information as soon as you get the new checks. Even if you use the pre-printed order form supplied with your previous check order. Check printing companies do make mistakes. One wrong digit can cause a major headache!

This is important for your personal accounts too! 

      Tuesday Tips and Tricks

                                                                July 7, 2015

Try Us and We'll Tell Everyone                          You Know, for FREE!


Sign up for three months of new 
payroll or bookkeeping services 
and we will set-up, write and distribute a first-issue email newsletter to your current clients 
for FREE*.


 Your Company , Your Stories


*You are responsible for setting up and purchasing an email service with a third-party provider (Constant Contact or iContact). Some restrictions apply.


When asked which medium consumers would like to receive updates from, 90% preferred an email newsletter. Call us for details.

Welcome (Pay) Your New Employees!

Congratulations, your small business is bustling enough to hire your first, or additional employees. With that success comes some more responsibility - and more paperwork.


To accomplish the end goal of getting your employees their money, you'll have to set up a payroll system. That requires that you get federal and sometimes state and local identification numbers, employee Social Security numbers and Form W-4s and that you establish a pay period.


For employers, the importance of correctly setting up a payroll system cannot be overstated. Devising a system for paying your employees that complies with federal and state laws is a necessity. So where do you start?  


It helps when making this important transition to have an online payroll service like Off-Site Business Services on board to help you meet your obligations. It can be a game changer for a small business owner who is trying to grow his enterprise without spending countless hours on new and confusing paperwork.


We'll ensure that all wage deductions and withholdings are performed automatically for your new employee with just a few simple data entries. Federal, state and local payroll taxes are calculated, filed and paid on your behalf and accuracy is guaranteed.  A wide array of add-on services is also available, such as health insurance, 401(k) and workers' compensation.


The payroll process can be a daunting undertaking for a small business owner used to operating as a sole employee. So just get us the names and appropriate identification numbers of your new hires and we will take care of the rest.  With the help of our payroll service - your growth can be absorbed smoothly.


Outsourcing Office Services

An Extra Pair of Helping Hands for Non-Profits


  soup_kitchen_volunteers.jpg The Management Assistance Group (MAG) released a study on, "Outsourcing Back-Office Services in Small Nonprofits: Pitfalls and Possibilities" and found that the back-office needs of small nonprofits are urgent but largely unmet.


Small organizations (those with annual budgets under $3 million and fewer than 20 employees) play critical roles in the nonprofit sector -- whether they're creating new ways of politically engaging constituencies or providing innovative services that meet a community's or membership's particular needs.


As vital as these small nonprofits are, their leaders must often divide their time and energy between developing the programmatic work and managing a wide array of back-office needs, including administration, finance, human resources, and information technology.  Unlike larger nonprofits which typically hire staff with expertise in these areas, smaller nonprofits' leaders must often learn as they go and are often dissatisfied with their own performance, with pro bono services, and with outsourced providers whose business models are not tailored to the non-profits' needs.


Not surprisingly, small and mid-sized nonprofits cite limited management infrastructure and lack of administrative support as key contributors to executive director burn-out and turnover.


The impacts of not finding better solutions for back-office needs are many -- inefficiency and burnout, high staff turnover, cash flow crises, loss of funding, missed opportunities, diminished impact and threats to growth and sustainability.

The Association of Certified Fraud Examiners (ACFE) published in it's 2012 Report to the Nations that slightly more than 27% of all victims of reported fraud cases were in the government and not-for profit sectors. That is an increase of 5% over 2010. Organizations with less than 100 employees are the most susceptible to occupational fraud.


Outsourcing is a promising strategy for helping nonprofits improve their back-office operations because it offers access to higher level professional skills than nonprofits can afford to hire on staff and reduces the management and administrative workload of executive directors. It also adds an additional layer of checks and balances. Outsourcing may not offer short-term cost savings but can offer significant long-term benefits and cost savings.


For information how Off-Site Business Services can help non-profits such as churches, schools, libraries and membership-based organizations, call today for a review.

Full-time Professional Office Management-

                                                  Without the Full-time Cost.

Kimberly Shannon

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