Barbara Kogen and her partners at the Beverly Hills, Calif.-based accounting firm NSBN LLP decided to relieve their employees during the "crunch time" of tax season 2002 by outsourcing a few hundred K1s, 1099s and other returns.

Using Outsourcing Partners International - a New York-and Bangalore-based technology and accounting outsourcing company - Kogen found sending their returns overseas was not saving her firm any significant time or money.

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