5 Things Your Business Should Outsource

Date: October 25, 2016  Posted in: Commentary  Comments: 0

Most small business owner don’t realize that they can save money by outsourcing some tasks. Small businesses face many challenges and multitasking can be part of the problem. For instance, the building and maintenance of a website can be cheaper than building and maintaining it in house. Furthermore there are many accounting and legal professionals that are much better able to handle those aspects of a business. Remember the fewer fulltime employees on the payroll the more you can save.

Key Takeaways:

  • Small business owners can reduce labor costs by outsourcing 5 things
  • Most small businesses last less than ten years
  • Areas that can be outsourced are hosting, content marketing, payroll and taxes, administrative tasks and legal assistance

“As a rule of thumb, outsource tasks that you struggle with. It will almost always cost less than hiring a full-time employee.”

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