payroll outsourcing
Are you considering outsourcing some of your accounting needs? If you’re being overrun with paperwork and find that small errors in calculations are costing your business time and money, it’s certainly time to consider alternative solutions. But what questions should you be asking before you make the switch? When it comes to sensitive and confidential

XeroCon: What You Need to Know Before You Go

It’s that time of year again–XeroCon is coming to London! Check out the venue, exhibitors, schedule, speakers and more before you come and see what’s new and cutting-edge in the world of cloud accounting. Familiarise yourself with the top tech that will work best for you and your business, get to know peers and industry

Tips for Pain-Free Payroll

Painfree Payroll
The payroll process is time-consuming yet a necessary task for your business. Staying on top of your documents, the latest financial legal requirements in your state or country, and maintaining an organized structure for your paperwork can be daunting and just plain frustrating. Knowing how to simplify the payroll process will save precious time so

Legal Trends Report: What Every Lawyer Needs to Know

Legal Trends Report
The Legal Trends Report for 2018 has been released by Clio, and includes an abundance of information to help your law firm thrive. Up-to-date, in-depth consumer analyses, data on hourly rates and efficiency metrics, and how to assemble and relate this information to help your firm prosper. Data from tens of thousands of legal professionals

Triple Threat: Xero, Gusto, and Time Tracker

Does the idea of saving 10 or more hours a month on payroll appeal to you? How about being able to access and track your employee time, reports, and timesheets from anywhere and from any device? How about pairing your current tracking software with similar apps whose features complement and enhance the ones that are

Top Challenges of Payroll Processing and What to Do About Them

Payroll Processing Challenges
On the surface, managing your company’s payroll seems relatively straightforward. You collect and report hours worked and calculated wages owed, then send out paychecks and update your records. Butissues can arise that may have financially devastating consequences. The demand for meticulous, accurate tracking, calculations, and reporting means that even a tiny error could cause unforeseen