Kimberly Bass joined our team in early 2019. Kim has a diverse background in office settings from the medical field to the car lot. Kim does more than just the receptionist duties; she goes above and beyond by taking on various other administrative tasks around the office. She is instrumental to maintaining the workflow of the office by ensuring we all stay organized and lends a hand to lighten the load of anyone who is feeling overwhelmed by their workload. She is very competent when it comes to helping her team or tackling a new project.
Kim is the friendly voice that is most likely to greet you when you call or come by the office and shines at being the first point of contact for clients and visitors, as well as the primary hub of information for both our team and our clients. Along with being a stellar Director of First Impressions, she is also a very busy wife and mother. She loves spending time with her family whether it be watching them in sports or out on the boat fishing and crabbing.
BOSS is the answer to your back office headaches. Our cloud-based solution enables you to hand complex accounting tasks over to us. We work the numbers while providing you 24/7 access to your data—and all at a fixed, affordable monthly fee.
For many businesses, COVID-19 forced them into a remote office model. Months into the pandemic and having had a successful experience, a lot of business owners have decided to maintain virtual workspaces. For those adopting this new normal, upping security must be a priority to keep data safe.
It’s hard to believe that we are already into July. Even with the deadline for filing your return and making a payment (if you owe) being extended to July 15, 2020, it still seemed like it came upon us fast. With only a few weeks left, be sure to get any final documents to us and answer any outstanding communications immediately.
New gardeners have come out of the woodwork this year, looking to create a sustainable food supply in their own backyards. Of course, not everyone has the space or the time to create a full-on outdoor garden. So, why not start small…and indoors?