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    Let’s look at the pros and cons of this type of receiving accounting services. For whom is outsourcing beneficial? And who is better off having an accountant on staff? Isn’t it dangerous to trust people from outside to do the bookkeeping?


    Outsourcing of legal, accounting and IT services is becoming widespread. The main advantages of outsourcing are savings and the opportunity to work with highly qualified specialists who cannot be kept on the payroll. But there are also disadvantages: impersonal work, the risk of disclosure of trade secrets by third parties, and the inability to directly control the process.


    It’s hard to find a high-level specialist, and it’s expensive to hire one. Outsourcing accounting support bails out more than ever. Because it costs businessmen and organizations much less – read more. Ordering support in a reliable company, you transfer the solution of routine and complicated tasks to qualified accountants, who are daily engaged in this work and specialize in providing accounting services.

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