Committing to social media marketing is a challenge for many businesses, no matter the size. According to a new article on the Intuit Small Business Blog, hashtags are a smart … [Read More…]
If you have clients who like to play the ponies, roll the dice or pull the slots, their gambling winnings are taxable. They must report all your gambling income on … [Read More…]
The Internal Revenue Service recently announced that guidance will soon be issued outlining a new voluntary program designed to encourage education and filing season readiness for paid tax return preparers. … [Read More…]
As the summer months heat up and the longing to be on a beach grows with anticipation, more and more employees may show up in casual attire. But, where do … [Read More…]
Katherine Wynne-Jones was named 2014 QuickBooks ProAdvisor® of the Year by the Intuitive Accountant; the announcement was made on June 17 during Scaling New Heights in San Antonio.
Also honored during the … [Read More…]
Unless you are fortunate enough to land on Shark Tank and strike gold, you may want to look into a mentor. According to a new article on the Intuit Small … [Read More…]
When some people envision what a millionaire might act like, they see greedy, selfish, power-hungry big shots like Gordon Gekko from Wall Street. In actuality, millionaires are not much different … [Read More…]
Joining LinkedIn is smart for business, but not using all of its benefits defeats the purpose. According to a new article on the Intuit Small Business Blog, LinkedIn can help … [Read More…]
The IRS, acknowledging the discovery of a computer security bug known as Heartbleed, says the agency’s systems are unaffected and that taxpayers should continue filing their returns in advance of … [Read More…]
You may be able to reduce your taxes if you made certain energy-efficient home improvements last year.
Here are some key facts that you should know about home energy tax credits.
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