It’s Time to Outsource

by | Feb 9, 2018 | Accounting, Outsourcing | 0 comments

Savvy business owners know there are good times and bad times to outsource. There are aspects to every business that are critical to manage internally, and there are necessary functions that can be done more effectively and efficiently by finding the right outsourced provider. Generally, outsourcing should be considered in either of the following two cases: 1) when greater efficiency can be achieved externally; or 2) when specific expertise is required that cannot reasonably be created internally. For many small businesses, accounting fits not one, but both of these criteria.

Most small business owners are better off focusing on making money than counting money. When owners spend too much time counting money, other key areas of the business tend to suffer. It’s no wonder that most small business owners quickly come to the realization that it’s not in their best interest to personally handle their own financials. Traditionally, for many businesses the next logical step has been to hire a part-time, internal bookkeeper. But with limited resources, most businesses struggle to find the right individual. Honestly, the best and the brightest aren’t typically available for part-time, relatively low-paying work.

Fortunately, outsourced accounting service providers can provide the perfect solution. Partnering with the right outsourced accounting provider can give a growing business exactly what they need – high level, value added expertise, and just the right amount of it to fit within their budget. The right accounting partner can take away the headache of accounting and replace it with solutions that truly empower the business.

Are you interested in outsourcing your bookkeeping? How about getting solid financial advice? Head over to my Home page & Profit First page for more information. 



Lori Peterson


Lori Petersen

Lori Petersen has seen the frustration and loss that business owners experience when they don’t have command of their finances. Growing up, she watched her father work incredibly hard as a contractor. He’d come home late, eat the dinner kept warm in the oven, and do it all over again the next day. But it all came crashing down when he had to close the business and Lori’s family applied for food stamps. The business had failed and all of his hard work was for nothing. 

Today, Lori views every one of her clients as an opportunity to make this right. She firmly believes no one should work as hard as her dad did and not have a profitable business. No family should suffer because business finances were poorly managed. 

Lori has helped hundreds of business owners make sense of their finances, implement proven money management systems and create unimagined profitability for their business. She ensures they experience the return they deserve for their hard labor.

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