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Accounting and Payroll


Maintaining a Clean General Ledger

The general ledger is the core of your company's financial records. These records constitute the central "books" of your system. Since every transaction flows through the general ledger, a problem with your general ledger throws off all your books.

Each month or quarter we'll do the following things for you...

  • Reconcile your bank account

  • Generate an income statement

  • Generate a balance sheet

  • Clean up your general ledger

  • Accounts Payable Services

  • Accounts Receivable Services

  • Inventory Reconciliation Services

  • Financial Statements Preparation Services


Having us review your general ledger system each month allows us to hunt down any discrepancies such as double billings or any unrecorded payments. Then we'll fix the discrepancies so your books are always accurate and kept in tip top shape. Contact us for a free consultation



Small business owners spend an average of eight hours a month performing payroll functions. That's 12 full days a year that could be spent generating sales, prospecting new business opportunities, improving products or services, or servicing customers.


Payroll processing is an important compliance requirement for any business having employees. You can save your time by outsourcing payroll processing to us and also not worry about changing IRS, State and Unemployment regulations and taxes. We will not only process your payroll and deposit the amounts to your employee in timely manner but also handle all the required payroll tax returns.

Outsourcing Advantages


Focus On Core Activities

In rapid growth periods, the back-office operations of a company will expand also. This expansion may start to consume resources (human and financial) at the expense of the core activities that have made your company successful. Outsourcing those activities will allow refocusing on those business activities that are important without sacrificing quality or service in the back-office.

Cost And Efficiency Savings

Back-office functions that are complicated in nature, but the size of your company is preventing you from performing it at a consistent and reasonable cost, is another advantage of outsourcing.

Reduced Overhead

Overhead costs of performing a particular back-office function are extremely high. Consider outsourcing those functions which can be moved easily.

Operational Control

Operations whose costs are running out of control must be considered for outsourcing. Departments that may have evolved over time into uncontrolled and poorly managed areas are prime motivators for outsourcing. In addition, an outsourcing company can bring better management skills to your company than what would otherwise be available.

Staffing Advantages

Outsourcing will allow operations that have seasonal or cyclical demands to bring in additional resources when you need them and release them when you're done.

Continuity and risk management

Periods of high employee turnover will add uncertainty and inconsistency to the operations. Outsourcing will provided a level of continuity to the company while reducing the risk that a substandard level of operation would bring to the company.

Develop internal staffing

A large project needs to be undertaken that requires skills that your staff does not possess. On-site outsourcing of the project will bring people with the skills you need into your company. Your people can work alongside of them to acquire the new skill set.

Outsourcing is a logical choice for start-ups and early-stage companies, providing the leverage of expert resources without the burden of hiring in-house expert personnel.

The common goal of every executive is to increase business performance, profitability and competitiveness.CPAs Outsource, LLC is dedicated to using advanced outsourcing capabilities, technologies, and services to help our clients become high-performance businesses.


When you hire CPAs Outsource, LLC:

1. You're hiring a partner, not just a provider.

2. It's more than a contract, it's a business relationship.

3. It's not just about reducing costs, it's about achieving business outcomes.



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