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IRS Direct Pay: How It Benefits Your Clients

IRS Direct Pay: How It Benefits Your Clients
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December 19th 2014 by Mike D'Avolio

The IRS has been promoting a new web-based system for paying tax bills and estimates directly from your checking or savings account without incurring a fee.
This service was used by … [Read More…]

 

Extender Legislation Info for Tax Season 2014

Extender Legislation Info for Tax Season 2014
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December 17th 2014 by Mike D'Avolio

On Dec. 16, 2014, Congress passed the Tax Increase Prevention Act of 2014 (TIPA) and President Obama is expected to sign the bill into law. This bill retroactively extends many … [Read More…]

 

6 Common Mistakes Made by Tax Pros – and How to Avoid Making Them

6 Common Mistakes Made by Tax Pros – and How to Avoid Making Them
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December 12th 2014 by Dorinda DeScherer

Let’s face it, mistakes happen—and it’s unlikely that you will conclude the upcoming tax return season with an error-free record. However, there are some common mistakes that crop up year … [Read More…]

 

Fraud: It Happens More Than You Think

Fraud: It Happens More Than You Think
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December 1st 2014 by Frank Abagnale

The threat of fraud is something many businesses don’t want to acknowledge or even consider. In my visits with accountants over the last several years, it’s apparent that many of … [Read More…]

 

SmartVault Connected Desktop Offers Simplified DMS

SmartVault Connected Desktop Offers Simplified DMS
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November 28th 2014 by Scott Cytron

Connecting users to their data in a simple, easy-to-use interface designed and optimized for the desktop, the SmartVault Connected Desktop delivers massive efficiency gains in the day-to-day document workflow of accounting … [Read More…]

 

4 Mobile Truths for Today’s Small Business

4 Mobile Truths for Today’s Small Business
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November 14th 2014 by Greg Goldfarb

Mobile technology has changed small business on a fundamental level – and the changes have come quickly … so quickly, in fact, that many small business owners haven’t realized the … [Read More…]

 

How Social Media Enables Bullying

How Social Media Enables Bullying
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November 14th 2014 by Eva Velasquez

Many adults may remember what bullying was like when they were in school, and they’ve hopefully learned about how today’s so-called “cyberbullying” is very different from their childhood bullying outlook … [Read More…]

 

3 Reasons to Trust Your Practice to eSignature Technology

3 Reasons to Trust Your Practice to eSignature Technology
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November 11th 2014 by Shane Ratigan

We have been exposed to eSignature technology and its growing acceptance for almost 15 years. There’s no reason to rehash the inefficiencies of a manual retention system, but it’s good … [Read More…]

 

How Time Tracking Adds Up To Exacting Value-Based Pricing

How Time Tracking Adds Up To Exacting Value-Based Pricing
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November 5th 2014 by Matt Rissell

You win some, you lose some. This motto works wonders for team sports, but a business can’t afford to lose many games. Estimates and profit margins need to have an … [Read More…]

 

Home Office Deductions Simplified

Home Office Deductions Simplified
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November 4th 2014 by Dorinda DeScherer

In today’s economy, many workers who have been downsized or whose jobs have been outsourced have decided to go solo, providing services as independent contractors or setting up small home-based … [Read More…]

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