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How to Use a Hashtag in Twitter

How to Use a Hashtag in Twitter
Article Post Date
July 22nd 2014 by Bryan Cytron

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…]

 

IRS Tips on Gambling Income and Losses

IRS Tips on Gambling Income and Losses
Article Post Date
July 9th 2014 by Scott Cytron

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…]

 

New IRS Filing Season Program Unveiled for Tax Return Preparers


New IRS Filing Season Program Unveiled for Tax Return Preparers

Article Post Date
July 2nd 2014 by Scott Cytron

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…]

 

Suit and Tie or Polo and Jeans: The Workplace Dilemma

Suit and Tie or Polo and Jeans: The Workplace Dilemma
Article Post Date
June 23rd 2014 by Scott Cytron

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 Named 2014 ProAdvisor® of the Year

Katherine Wynne-Jones Named 2014 ProAdvisor<sup>®</sup> of the Year
Article Post Date
June 17th 2014 by Scott Cytron

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…]

 

Small Business Owners Need Mentors

Small Business Owners Need Mentors
Article Post Date
June 15th 2014 by Scott Cytron

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…]

 

The Millionaire’s Club: Throw the Stereotypes Away

The Millionaire’s Club: Throw the Stereotypes Away
Article Post Date
May 2nd 2014 by Bryan Cytron

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…]

 

7 Ways to Generate Leads with LinkedIn

7 Ways to Generate Leads with LinkedIn
Article Post Date
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
Article Post Date
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
Article Post Date
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…]

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