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Defective/Missing Exemption Certificates Can Kill You in a Sales Tax Audit

Defective/Missing Exemption Certificates Can Kill You in a Sales Tax Audit
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September 16th 2014 by Michael Fleming

Missing or defective exemption certificates are one of the leading causes of inflated sales tax audit assessments. And, this problem seems to be growing every year. The reasons are varied, … [Read More…]

 

How to Handle QuickBooks® Desktop Inventory

How to Handle QuickBooks<sup>®</sup> Desktop Inventory
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September 9th 2014 by Eileen Reppenhagen

QuickBooks handles Inventory in a variety of ways. Full disclosure requires manipulation of the chart of accounts and the report module.
Hot Tip: Keep your inventory systems separate to ensure a clean year end report from your accountant! Continuity of opening, purchases, less ending inventory is necessary to report Cost of Goods Sold.

 

Impact of Data Automation on the Accounting Profession

Impact of Data Automation on the Accounting Profession
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September 4th 2014 by Joe Woodard

We are in the middle of a massive paradigm shift, where accounting firms are reinserting themselves into the middle of our clients’ bookkeeping processes. Technologies that streamline workflow and automate … [Read More…]

 

4 New Enhancements for ProSeries® 2014

4 New Enhancements for ProSeries<sup>®</sup> 2014
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September 2nd 2014 by Barry Pennett

Exciting news about the innovations we have planned for your practice to help you save time and grow!
In a prior email, our General Manager, CeCe Morken, outlined 3 focus areas … [Read More…]

 

3 New Enhancements for Lacerte® 2014

3 New Enhancements for Lacerte<sup>®</sup> 2014
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September 2nd 2014 by Barry Pennett

Exciting news about the innovations we have planned for your practice to help you save time and grow!
In a prior email, our General Manager, CeCe Morken, outlined 3 focus areas … [Read More…]

 

Enhance Your Workflow with Client Portals

Enhance Your Workflow with Client Portals
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August 26th 2014 by Eric Pulaski

Intuit® recently made the decision to sunset its current DMS offering, in favor of partnering with SmartVault and offering a connected service that extends the capabilities of the Lacerte® and … [Read More…]

 

Update on e-File Authorization – Form 8879

Update on e-File Authorization – Form 8879
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August 21st 2014 by Mike D'Avolio

The IRS has decided to now allow the use of electronic signatures on Form 8879 (e-File Signature Authorization used by filers of an individual income tax return) and Form 8878 … [Read More…]

 

The Accountant Advantage: Seize the Opportunity or Fall Behind

The Accountant Advantage: Seize the Opportunity or Fall Behind
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August 15th 2014 by David Bergstein

Merely sitting behind your desk, processing papers and crunching the numbers is not productive enough for today’s accountant. According to a new article on The Boomer Bulletin, accountants have the … [Read More…]

 

Why Service Businesses Fail When it Comes To Sales Tax

Why Service Businesses Fail When it Comes To Sales Tax
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August 12th 2014 by Michael Fleming

Sales taxation is complicated. With thousands of different taxing jurisdictions, each with their own rates and different sales tax laws and regulations, it can be very difficult to get it … [Read More…]

 

Apple’s iOS8 Will Include New Privacy Measures

Apple’s iOS8 Will Include New Privacy Measures
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August 7th 2014 by Eva Velasquez

If you have an i-device – an Apple iPhone, iPad or Internet-enabled iPod like the iPod Touch – you might be very interested in an update to Apple’s iOS operating … [Read More…]

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