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4-Step Plan to Managing Workflow in your Accounting Practice

4-Step Plan to Managing Workflow in your Accounting Practice
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October 13th 2014 by Victoria Cameron and Laura Redmond

Whether you are performing work yourself or delegating to staff, managing workflow for your practice is critical.
When we talk about workflow, we’re talking about a defined sequence of tasks that … [Read More…]

 

9+ Creative Ways to Recruit and Retain Online Clients

9+ Creative Ways to Recruit and Retain Online Clients
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October 8th 2014 by Gregg Bossen, CPA

If you’re an accountant who wants to grow your practice with online clients, now is the time to figure out creative ways to do this. After all, you’re competing with … [Read More…]

 

Conversion Case Study: QuickBooks® for Mac to QuickBooks Online

Conversion Case Study: QuickBooks<sup>®</sup> for Mac to QuickBooks Online
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October 2nd 2014 by Shelly Robbins

As working in the cloud becomes the common choice for QuickBooks’® users, so will the process of converting from desktop software to the cloud become common-place for QuickBooks consultants. Migrating … [Read More…]

 

Impact of Affordable Care Act on Tax Year 2014

Impact of Affordable Care Act on Tax Year 2014
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September 25th 2014 by Mike D'Avolio

If tax practitioners haven’t done so already, they should get up to speed on the three new source documents (Forms 1095-A, 1095-B and 1095-C), new tax forms (Forms 8962 and … [Read More…]

 

The Unknown Commodity of Bitcoin

The Unknown Commodity of Bitcoin
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September 23rd 2014 by Matt Powalski

A global technological phenomenon called Bitcoin has spread all over the news and media ever since its inception in 2009. This digital technology is a trading platform and payment system … [Read More…]

 

How to Survive a Cyber-Attack

How to Survive a Cyber-Attack
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September 22nd 2014 by Eva Velasquez

This week, an iconic financial institution’s data breach made the news and piqued our interest. This is noteworthy when you consider that the Identity Theft Resource Center’s data breach report … [Read More…]

 

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…]

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