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Non-Cash Charitable Donations: A tax deduction for charitable giving isn't guaranteed just because you're feeling generous. As with everything in tax law, it's important to follow the rules. Here are 5 tips for making your charitable donation...read more
Proving Your Deductions: Expense deductions can save you significant money on your income tax liability, but if you are ever audited, you may have to show receipts to prove that these expenses actually occurred. The Internal Revenue Service does allow taxpayers to...read more
Ideas to audit proof: Is there really such a thing as an audit-proof tax return? A way of preparing your return to guarantee that you won't be subject to an audit? Of course not. But there certainly are ways to minimize your risk.read more
2016 Tax Highlights: Pin numbers, Identity fraud, new deadlines for informational filings, here’s a few changes you should be aware of:read more
QuickBooks’ payroll reports can answer a lot of questions quickly. If you process your own payroll, then you don’t need us to tell you that it’s a challenge. Pay rates and hours worked, benefits and other withholding, payroll taxes – they all must be absolutely...read more
You’re not required to use statements in QuickBooks, but they help bring unpaid amounts to the attention of your customers. Collecting outstanding payments is probably one of your least favorite tasks as an accounting manager. QuickBooks Online helps you keep track of...read more
If you're new to QuickBooks Point of Sale, get ready to expand your vocabulary. When you first start using QuickBooks, even if you've been doing manual accounting for your business, there's a learning curve. You recognize some things, like check blanks and invoice...read more
Unless you're the sole user of QuickBooks Online in your company, you'll need to know how to set up different access levels. "Anytime, anywhere access" is one of the buzz-phrases people use when they describe the benefits of cloud computing. It's probably one of the...read more
If you sell your employees’ time and skills, you can use QuickBooks to record those hours and bill your customers for them. If your small business sells products, you know how precisely you must track your starting stock numbers, ongoing inventory levels, and your...read more
If you have any opportunities to make remote sales, you need to make sure you’re able to accept payments on your mobile devices. Otherwise, you’re losing money. By now, you’ve probably seen them at art fairs, trade shows, or other group gatherings: those little credit...read more
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