On episode 16, “outsourcing: quite possibly your most powerful resource,” Heather McNichols, director of accounting services discusses how outsourcing can be an affordable, sensible long-term or short-term solution for businesses and organizations. A true educator, Heather identifies the various accounting services that are most often outsourced – from receivables and payables, to payroll and high level closing entry services – she talks about why outsourcing works and what businesses should expect from the outsourcing process. This episode is valuable for those considering outsourcing or who are looking for a cost effective accounting solution. Heather talks about the benefits of outsourcing, including realizing improved client satisfaction, decreasing employee turnover, lowering costs associated with on-boarding and improving your business’s productivity and access to technology and assistance. Listen to episode 16 of unsuitable on Rea Radio now.
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