In the Media

Telecommuting and flexible at-home work solutions have been in the news since the advent of the personal computer.  Despite heavy media attention for over two decades, some companies are still trying to understand how they can make telecommuting work for them in a profitable and efficient way.  With Source Property Accounting’s intentionally designed unique approach using teams of independent contractors, clients can harness today’s technology and be a part of the increasing number of companies who want to experience the benefits of low turnover, low overhead and high productivity.

The Source model and our talented accountants could fit the bill here perfectly. The Plain Vanilla Accountant Goes Out of Style — Washington Post, May 18, 2015

Female Company President” I’m sorry to all the mothers I worked with” — Fortune, March 3, 2015

Why Caregiver Discrimination is Bad for Business — Huffington Post, December 15, 2014

The True Cost of NOT Working from Home — BusinessOpportunity.com, February 13, 2013

There are Significant Business Costs to Replacing Employees — Center for American Progress, November 16, 2012

Obama to businesses: Bring jobs home – Reuters, January 7, 2012

Why Telecommuting Jobs Will Increase – Work Design Magazine, January 1, 2012

Is telecommuting better for your health? – CBS Money Watch, November 29, 2011

5 tips for Managing Teleworkers – CBS Money Watch, June 1, 2010

Living at the Office: Will Telecommuting Emerge as a Corporate Best Practice – Richmond Times Dispatch, December 24, 2001  Featuring Carol Layton Using Progressive Staffing Solutions as Senior Accounting Executive for Cornerstone Realty Income Trust

Flexible Work Arrangements Can Mean Good Business, CPA Letter/Business and Industry, September 2006