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September Tax Compliance and Due Dates

September Tax Compliance and Due Dates
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August 25th 2014 by Dorinda DeScherer

The kids are back in school … so it’s time to get back to business. Here are key tax compliance and due dates for September. Intuit® Accountants is pleased to offer guidance and … [Read More…]

 

How to Download Financial Institution Data Into Lacerte®

How to Download Financial Institution Data Into Lacerte<sup>®</sup>
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August 25th 2014 by Michael Maahs

Inputting financial institution data can be cumbersome and take up a lot of time, and you need to be ready when the client first walks into the office.
First, have a … [Read More…]

 

Lucy Keeps Her Diamonds (and Finances) in the Cloud – New Infographic

Lucy Keeps Her Diamonds (and Finances) in the Cloud – New Infographic
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July 31st 2014 by Stephanie Morris

Where’s the safest place to store your photographs, documents and music? Not on hardware that could fail or in a box in your closet. These days, to ensure you’ll have … [Read More…]

 

August Tax Compliance and Due Dates

August Tax Compliance and Due Dates
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July 31st 2014 by Dorinda DeScherer

As summer winds down, it’s time to begin preparing for the fall. There are several key business activities that should not be neglected, as well as some key compliance dates. Intuit® Accountants is … [Read More…]

 

QuickBooks® Tools to Help You Manage Different Rates for Customers

QuickBooks<sup>®</sup> Tools to Help You Manage Different Rates for Customers
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July 28th 2014 by Monica Muir

Do some of your customers get different rates? I’ve talked with several landscapers and have noticed many similar issues. One was how they handled the different rates their various customers … [Read More…]

 

Top Professional Tax Solutions for Practices on a Budget

Top Professional Tax Solutions for Practices on a Budget
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July 22nd 2014 by Isaac OBannon

To paraphrase Ben Franklin, there are few things in life as certain as death and taxes. For tax and accounting firms, however, the certainty of tax law changes also means … [Read More…]

 

Harvard Case Study on Refund Transfers

Harvard Case Study on Refund Transfers
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July 9th 2014 by Scott Cytron

A Refund Transfer (also called Refund Anticipation Check or Electronic Refund Checks) is a fee transfer product that’s been around for over 20 years. Recently, however, new refund transfer incentive … [Read More…]

 

How to Determine Which Professional Tax Software Program is Right For You

How to Determine Which Professional Tax Software Program is Right For You
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July 9th 2014 by Isaac OBannon

If your firm has been using the same software for years, you may be missing out on some of the latest new improvements in tax prep.
In the past few years, … [Read More…]

 

16 Ways to Help Your Clients Prevent Check Fraud

16 Ways to Help Your Clients Prevent Check Fraud
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July 8th 2014 by Frank Abagnale

When fighting check fraud, nothing is 100 percent. No feature or program can completely eliminate check fraud and no prevention system is foolproof. However, specific practices can discourage a criminal … [Read More…]

 

Tax Compliance Dates and To-Do List: July 2014

Tax Compliance Dates and To-Do List: July 2014
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June 30th 2014 by Dorinda DeScherer

Happy Birthday to you, America! From coast to coast, everyone is celebrating in July. At this time of the year, accountants typically take a step back and strategize on ways … [Read More…]

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