BOSS’ Newest Outsourced Accounting Services Package Soars in First Few Months

BOSS accounting & bookkeeping provider secures its place amongst the top outsourcing companies with one of the best outsourced accounting services packages on offer in Australia today

Lindfield, Australia - September 16, 2019 /PressCable/ —

Every business hits a few glitches during their startup and the first few years in business, and BOSS will tell you they were no exception to the rule. Being one of the very first outsourcing providers in the country, and therefore no other companies to look to for guidance at their time of inception, BOSS experienced some good growth with a few sprinkles of hiccups along the way. Now in their 15th year of assisting accounting firms, BOSS has well and truly turned a corner with their newest package they call the Freedom Service. BOSS came up with their most recent outsourced accounting services package as a response to the needs of most firms continually running into budget overruns. The service offers firms an accountant or bookkeeper that do all their work on a fixed fee basis taking away all potential write-off concerns and giving businesses the chance to save thousands of dollars. Freedom just got even better.

For only a minimum of fifty hours per month, clients can have a fully qualified accountant or bookkeeper that follows their own in-house procedures. Accounting practices can also enjoy working with the same BOSS accountants for every job rather than having constantly changing staff and when times get busy perhaps during the tax season, firms can have extra BOSS staff working for them within a week for the same fixed fee costs as their current Freedom Service accountant. Under the new package, firms don’t have to pay out annual leave, sick leave or public holiday pay, BOSS takes care of all those extras. There are no hidden costs with the outsource accounting services freedom package and fixed fees means knowing how much each job is going to cost clients before the work begins. With this new service, “budget overruns” will be something businesses will soon be asking the meaning of.

Lee Court, Marketing and Sales Manager for BOSS Australia had to say, “Every prospect I speak with seemed to be concerned with budget overruns in their practice and if outsourcing could help them out of this hurdle. Now that we offer a complete fixed-fee service with all the benefits of a full-time accountant but with the price tag of a part-timer, clients have been jumping at the chance to take on a Freedom Service accountant. I knew it was a package that clients were itching to have so we’ve designed one, and it’s working well. We couldn’t be more happy with the response.”

Contact Info:
Name: Lee Court
Email: Send Email
Organization: BOSS (Back Office Shared Services) Pty Ltd
Address: Suite 2, 345 Pacific Highway, Lindfield, New South Wales 2070, Australia
Phone: +61-1800-889-232
Website: https://boz.com.au/

Source: PressCable

Release ID: 88918214

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