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Plain Talk About Financials That Will Make Your Job Easier

Plain Talk About Financials That Will Make Your Job Easier
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April 10th 2014 by David Worrell

Let’s face it. Those of us in accounting and finance have a well-deserved reputation for being boring. The language of finance does not make for good cocktail party chitchat – … [Read More…]

 

Infinity and Beyond! How to Move to the Cloud

Infinity and Beyond! How to Move to the Cloud
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April 3rd 2014 by Scott Cytron

In outer space, astronauts would kill to have the freedom to control their mobility and save time. On Earth, accountants and their firms can do this all the time by … [Read More…]

 

Think Before You Sync: 5 Strategies to Maintain Control Of Your Files

Think Before You Sync: 5 Strategies to Maintain Control Of Your Files
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April 1st 2014 by Eric Pulaski

Syncing files from a local computer or device to the cloud is a common business practice in today’s mobile-driven world—as common as the Internet, specialty coffee, the App Store, and … [Read More…]

 

The Dangers of Connecting to Public WiFi Networks

The Dangers of Connecting to Public WiFi Networks
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March 25th 2014 by Eva Velasquez

The Internet has become an increasingly central part of our lives and we constantly use it no matter where we are. Due to the advent and ubiquity of smartphones and … [Read More…]

 

Major Navigation Differences Between Classic and New Versions of QuickBooks® Online

Major Navigation Differences Between Classic and New Versions of QuickBooks<sup>®</sup> Online
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March 20th 2014 by Woody Adams

Many accountants have asked for a comparison on navigation between the classic version of QuickBooks® Online (QBO) and the new version that came out in 2013. If you use QuickBooks … [Read More…]

 

The Inbox Apocalypse: A Survival Guide

The Inbox Apocalypse: A Survival Guide
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March 12th 2014 by Joe Woodard

I love a good apocalypse story: Pandemics, cyborgs wreaking havoc, the nuclear Holocaust films of the 1980s, and … of course, the ubiquitous zombie takeover.
Even though the award-winning zombie show … [Read More…]

 

Owning my First Smartphone: Clueless About KitKat

Owning my First Smartphone: Clueless About KitKat
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March 10th 2014 by Marnie Stretch

Remember those old rotary phones? Those were the days! The days before answering machines, mobile phones, and now, smartphones. They were so easy to use. If we weren’t home, you … [Read More…]

 

How to Handle a Data Breach

How to Handle a Data Breach
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February 24th 2014 by Eva Velasquez

Don’t panic! A big mistake many businesses and organizations make is to let the stress of the data breach break down segregation of duties and the infrastructure of command. Right … [Read More…]

 

Peter’s Practitioner Corner: How to Become a True Business Partner to Your Clients

Peter’s Practitioner Corner: How to Become a True Business Partner to Your Clients
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February 18th 2014 by Peter Cullen

Our clients rely on us for our analytical problem-solving skills, financial management insight and clear-headed decision making. Yet, in order to be most effective in this role, we need to … [Read More…]

 

Why Higher Value Solutions Cost More Money

Why Higher Value Solutions Cost More Money
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February 14th 2014 by Kim Hogan

Value is such a “loaded” word. Depending on who, what, where and under what circumstances, value can mean something different to each person. While price is certainly one element of … [Read More…]

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