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Getting Started with QuickBooks® Online + Video

Getting Started with QuickBooks<sup>®</sup> Online + Video
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April 2nd 2015 by Hector Garcia

This year, I have finally seen what looks like an irreversible pattern; more than half of my new clients are using QuickBooks® Online (or proactively asking to be set up in … [Read More…]

 

Help Your Clients Organize Paper Receipts

Help Your Clients Organize Paper Receipts
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April 1st 2015 by David Worrell

Since 1970, I’ve heard about the dream of a “paperless office.” Now, 44 years later, I can say with confidence that the paperless office is finally possible. Whether it’s your … [Read More…]

 

April 2015 Tax Compliance and Due Dates

April 2015 Tax Compliance and Due Dates
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March 31st 2015 by Dorinda DeScherer

Congratulations! You’ve made it through most of busy season. Although you’re still very busy, don’t forget to keep up with important compliance deadlines. Here’s a list for review. As always, Intuit® Accountants is pleased to … [Read More…]

 

Get Forms 8878 & 8879 Signed Online to Save Time

Get Forms 8878 & 8879 Signed Online to Save Time
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March 24th 2015 by Joel Hodges

Tax professionals who struggle to persuade their clients to sign and return their Declaration of Taxpayer forms in a timely manner can relax this tax season. For the first time, … [Read More…]

 

Work Smarter, Not Harder: Receipt Bank and QuickBooks® Online Integration

Work Smarter, Not Harder: Receipt Bank and QuickBooks<sup>®</sup> Online Integration
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March 17th 2015 by Jennifer Moore

Fresh out of college, I started my career as an accounts payable clerk with a multi-national pharmaceutical company. Starving for more experience, I transitioned to a financial analyst position for … [Read More…]

 

Importing Transactions Into QuickBooks®: Batch Enter vs. Bank Feeds

Importing Transactions Into QuickBooks<sup>®</sup>: Batch Enter vs. Bank Feeds
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March 17th 2015 by Hector Garcia

Before entering large amounts of data into QuickBooks® Desktop Accountant, I asked myself this question: Should I use Bank Feeds, or Should I Use Batch Enter Transactions?
Let’s compare the differences:

There … [Read More…]

 

How I Increased My Efficiency by Touching the Keyboard Less Often

How I Increased My Efficiency by Touching the Keyboard Less Often
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March 10th 2015 by Hector Garcia

When I look at the mountains of paperwork from pending tax returns on my desk that I need to prepare, I can’t help but think about the last 7 years … [Read More…]

 

Traditional Tax Organizers Are Weakening the Process: Consider Intuit® Link

Traditional Tax Organizers Are Weakening the Process: Consider Intuit<sup>®</sup> Link
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March 6th 2015 by Joel Hodges

Disbursing traditional tax organizers to clients may be counterproductive. You’re familiar with the process: the organizers go out, and a nonstop blizzard of client documents and data ensues. Organizing this … [Read More…]

 

March 2015 Tax Compliance and Due Dates

March 2015 Tax Compliance and Due Dates
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March 4th 2015 by Dorinda DeScherer

Although March is a very busy month for tax preparers, you can’t neglect important compliance deadlines. Here’s a list for review. As always, Intuit® Accountants is pleased to offer guidance and information to all tax … [Read More…]

 

Running a Security Checkup

Running a Security Checkup
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February 16th 2015 by Eva Velasquez

The new year is officially underway, and a lot of consumers use this time to make a fresh start. For most people, that means making healthier choices or being smarter … [Read More…]

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