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2014 SocialCPAs Survey Now Open for Voting

2014 SocialCPAs Survey Now Open for Voting
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July 31st 2014 by Barry MacQuarrie

The 2014 SocialCPAs survey is up and running, and wants you to weigh in! Founded in 2010, the annual survey sheds light on how organizations are using social media and … [Read More…]

 

Can You Really Expect the Results to Be Different?

Can You Really Expect the Results to Be Different?
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July 29th 2014 by M. Darren Root

According to Albert Einstein, insanity is “doing the same thing over and over and expecting different results.” Can you relate to this statement? Have you ever felt trapped by the … [Read More…]

 

Tax Guidance for Clients Who Are Unemployed

Tax Guidance for Clients Who Are Unemployed
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July 17th 2014 by Dorinda DeScherer

While unemployment rates a dropping, they are still at unacceptably high levels. And, unfortunately, some of your clients will find themselves on the unemployment rolls in 2014. Unemployment can be … [Read More…]

 

How to Help Your Clients Combat ACH Fraud

How to Help Your Clients Combat ACH Fraud
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July 15th 2014 by Frank Abagnale

The Automated Clearing House (ACH) Network is an electronic funds transfer process between bank accounts. ACH is most commonly used for direct deposit of payroll and Social Security payments, although … [Read More…]

 

You Rock! Speed Your Workflow With 3 Features in QuickBooks® Online Accountant

You Rock! Speed Your Workflow With 3 Features in QuickBooks<sup>®</sup> Online Accountant
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July 10th 2014 by Stacy Kildal

There’s been lots of talk lately about how we , as accounting professionals, are Super Heroes to our clients, and I’ve been a firm believer in this viewpoint for about … [Read More…]

 

The Move is On to QuickBooks® Online!

The Move is On to QuickBooks<sup>®</sup> Online!
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July 7th 2014 by Dawn W. Brolin, CPA, MSA

Making the decision to move to QuickBooks® Online needs to be an educated one. Understanding how it works, its benefits and limitations, and when it’s right for you and your … [Read More…]

 

It’s Time to Redefine the Payroll Process

It’s Time to Redefine the Payroll Process
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July 1st 2014 by Matt Rissell

For accountants, bookkeepers and QuickBooks ProAdvisors®, showing companies how to streamline the payroll process offers the ultimate payoff. A necessity for any business, payroll systems too often remain stuck in … [Read More…]

 

How to Create a Strong Password

How to Create a Strong Password
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June 26th 2014 by Eva Velasquez

It seems that we are bombarded with the same refrain over and over again: to create strong passwords! Unfortunately, there is no standard definition for what exactly makes a password … [Read More…]

 

Joe Woodard: “You Must Embrace QuickBooks® Online”

Joe Woodard: “You <em>Must</em> Embrace QuickBooks<sup>®</sup> Online”
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June 17th 2014 by Scott Cytron

What do you get when you combine hundreds of QuickBooks ProAdvisors® with the Intuit® ecosystem? You get Scaling New Heights, held June 15-18 in San Antonio, where numerous sessions, certification … [Read More…]

 

New! QuickBooks® App for Mac Soars With Features

New! QuickBooks<sup>®</sup> App for Mac Soars With Features
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June 12th 2014 by Victoria Cameron

I have a secret new love – the QuickBooks® App for Mac. It’s a native Mac app for QuickBooks Online, which has all the features of QuickBooks Online for Accountants, … [Read More…]

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