These campuses outsource
the routine, basic stuff," he reports.
AICPA ethics rules say members are responsible for all work outsourced to a third party, and CPAs must inform the client, preferably in writing, before disclosing confidential client information to an outsource
provider or independent contractor.
To take advantage of this flexibility, some companies prefer to outsource
one area--often a compliance function, such as sales and use tax or property tax.
The median equity capitalization of the outsourcing firms was $7 billion, so the decision to outsource
put an additional $400 million in share holders' pockets.
Choosing to outsource
is an executive-level decision.
As a result of the review of tax department functions at Mead, a determination was made to outsource
the payroll tax function in its entirety to a service provider.
Companies can't just go off in a vacuum and successfully outsource
One of the principal determinants of a decision to outsource
is likely to be the perceived value received for the cost.
As a result, owners may need to make financial decisions to outsource
based only on high-level, aggregated pricing.
We also retained outside counsel, since this was our first time to outsource
Hewitt Survey Finds Companies that Outsource
HR are Realizing Benefits
Considering the rapid progress in technology as well as the significant cost and price advantages to be gained, an increasing number of multinational corporations in the electronics industry are beginning to outsource
more of their R&D activities.