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Find the QuickBooks® App You Need in Just 15 Minutes

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February 5th 2014 by Jan Haugo
Posted in Category: Ways to be more productive

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…]

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Getting More Done in Less Time

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July 8th 2013 by Jan Haugo
Posted in Category: Ways to be more productive

Living in the cloud isn’t the same as being on cloud 9.
Today’s technology has made our lives easier and more complicated at the same time. We are supposed to have … [Read More…]

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Assessing QuickBooks® Online: Stop Comparing Apples to Oranges!

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December 3rd 2012 by Jan Haugo
Posted in Category: From the Experts

The new QuickBooks® 2013 has been introduced and the new look has taken many users by surprise. In fact, when I questioned my clients whether they would upgrade to this … [Read More…]

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How Much Info is Too Much Info? Try These QuickBooks® Tools

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November 7th 2012 by Jan Haugo
Posted in Category: Ways to be more productive

Currently, accountants are in a swirl of moving their clients and their information to the cloud. The goal is to make the information more accessible and available “real-time.” With the … [Read More…]

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2 Timesaving Intuit® Apps: ViewMyPaycheck and Expensify

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June 13th 2011 by Jan Haugo
Posted in Category: Ways to be more productive

Do you remember the days of QuickBooks® for DOS? If you do, then you might be from the “Old School,” like I am. We would never have dreamed of our … [Read More…]

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Multi-Instance vs. Multi-Task? Multi-Instance Has Got It Beat!

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February 19th 2011 by Jan Haugo
Posted in Category: Ways to be more productive

Fantastic new option! I’m looking forward to being able to keep my OWN company file open so that I can do my time & billing and still have a client … [Read More…]

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