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What’s in Your File Drawer?

What’s in Your File Drawer?
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February 26th 2014 by KEY Accounting Group

It was always my goal to make sure we used our resources for things that produce income. Space should be used efficiently, effectively and provide easy access to the things … [Read More…]

 

Throw Away your Calculator!

Throw Away your Calculator!
Article Post Date
February 21st 2014 by KEY Accounting Group

Moving to a paperless environment involves a paradigm shift in thinking  about how an office runs. As accountants and bookkeepers, we are so used to our usual ways of operation, … [Read More…]

 

The Virtual File vs. the Paper File

The Virtual File vs. the Paper File
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February 18th 2014 by KEY Accounting Group

I have always had some radical feelings about how files were filed and stored. One of the biggest things to bug me was “where the heck is the file?” It … [Read More…]

 

Client Collaborator Enhances QuickBooks® Practice

Client Collaborator Enhances QuickBooks<sup>®</sup> Practice
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February 17th 2014 by Dave Venard

Each year in the fall, Intuit® releases a new version of QuickBooks® with a number of enhancements and new features. I always find myself looking forward to this introduction – … [Read More…]

 

Managing Payroll in the Cloud

Managing Payroll in the Cloud
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February 13th 2014 by Hector Garcia

My firm’s journey to the cloud has been very fast moving. In the past 5 years, I have observed the following trends. Web-based and mobile/app based services have boomed in … [Read More…]

 

Why Paper is Painful: A 6-Part Series

Why Paper is Painful: A 6-Part Series
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February 13th 2014 by KEY Accounting Group

I remember the feeling of satisfaction when I would click “print” and have all of my work made tangible on paper. However, I soon came to realize I was a … [Read More…]

 

3 New Features in QuickBooks® Online Accountant

3 New Features in QuickBooks<sup>®</sup> Online Accountant
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February 11th 2014 by Dawn W. Brolin, CPA, MSA

QuickBooks® Online Accountant was recently updated with expanded billing options through wholesale pricing, new collaboration tools such as Multi-User Access and Notes & Tasks, and a new Single Client List … [Read More…]

 

New Video: How to Use the Client Checklist in Intuit® Tax Online

New Video: How to Use the Client Checklist in Intuit<sup>®</sup> Tax Online
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February 5th 2014 by Tracy Mainville

Are you using Intuit® Tax Online’s Client Checklist feature? Here’s a new video that will walk you through the process. Simply click on the box below to start the video. In … [Read More…]

 

Find the QuickBooks® App You Need in Just 15 Minutes

Find the QuickBooks<sup>®</sup> App You Need in Just 15 Minutes
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February 5th 2014 by Jan Haugo

Trusted advisors, confidants, business managers and financial counselors are all names associated with accountants, so when a client is searching for information or products that can help their businesses, they … [Read More…]

 

Top 10 Questions on New Features in Lacerte® 2013

Top 10 Questions on New Features in Lacerte<sup>®</sup> 2013
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January 31st 2014 by Tracy Mainville

Here are the Top 10 questions and areas of interest with links to Knowledge Base articles that were asked and discussed during the What’s New for Lacerte® for 2013 webinar. At … [Read More…]

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