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7 Ways to Generate Leads with LinkedIn

7 Ways to Generate Leads with LinkedIn
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April 15th 2014 by Bryan Cytron

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…]

 

IRS Directs Taxpayers to File Returns Despite “Heartbleed” Bug

IRS Directs Taxpayers to File Returns Despite “Heartbleed” Bug
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April 11th 2014 by Scott Cytron

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…]

 

Energy-Efficient Home Improvements Can Lower Your Clients’ Taxes

Energy-Efficient Home Improvements Can Lower Your Clients’ Taxes
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April 3rd 2014 by Scott Cytron

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.
Non-Business Energy Property … [Read More…]

 

5-Step Plan to Increase Productivity and Remove Clutter

5-Step Plan to Increase Productivity and Remove Clutter
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March 31st 2014 by Bryan Cytron

Change is scary, especially for accountants. According to a new article on the Intuit® Small Business Blog, you must have the desire to take more control of your business and … [Read More…]

 

Reduce Your Clients’ Tax Liability With These 5 Tax Credits

Reduce Your Clients’ Tax Liability With These 5 Tax Credits
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March 28th 2014 by Bryan Cytron

Tax credits help reduce the taxes your clients owe. Some credits are also refundable. That means that even if your clients owe no tax, they may still get a refund.
Here … [Read More…]

 

Obamacare and 2013 Tax Returns

Obamacare and 2013 Tax Returns
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March 25th 2014 by Bryan Cytron

For many of your clients, the Affordable Care Act has no effect on their 2013 federal income tax return. For example,they will not report health care coverage under the individual … [Read More…]

 

5 Ways Weather Helps Improve Business Decisions

5 Ways Weather Helps Improve Business Decisions
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March 21st 2014 by Bryan Cytron

Weather can rain on your plans, but planning for disaster can make the downpour go a bit easier. According to a new article on the Intuit® Small Business Blog, you … [Read More…]

 

4 Ways to Invest in Your Business

4 Ways to Invest in Your Business
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March 17th 2014 by Bryan Cytron

The recession may have been devastating for many, but optimism is in the air. According to a new article on the Intuit® Small Business Blog, that positive change in mindset … [Read More…]

 

Meeting the Earned Income Tax Credit Due Diligence Requirements

Meeting the Earned Income Tax Credit Due Diligence Requirements
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March 12th 2014 by Scott Cytron

In a new Journal of Accountancy article, Alistair M. Nevius, editor in chief of Tax, discusses how the IRS is taking a closer look at returns that claim the earned … [Read More…]

 

Staying in Control of Records for Small Businesses

Staying in Control of Records for Small Businesses
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March 12th 2014 by Bryan Cytron

Keeping control of a stockpile of small business records can prove cumbersome, even for the most organized people. According to a new article in the Intuit Small Business Blog, if … [Read More…]

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