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Trial Balance Update in QuickBooks® Online Accountant

Trial Balance Update in QuickBooks<sup>®</sup> Online Accountant
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January 30th 2016 by Scott Cytron

With Trial Balance, you can save hours of time when reviewing your year-end QuickBooks® Online clients by performing and saving all your work directly in QuickBooks Online Accountant. There’s no … [Read More…]

 

4 QuickBooks® Apps to Speed up Tax Prep

4 QuickBooks<sup>®</sup> Apps to Speed up Tax Prep
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January 29th 2016 by Kaydee Peterson

Is your firm ready for tax time? If your answer is no, I have a few QuickBooks® Apps that can help you and your clients get ready faster than ever … [Read More…]

 

7 Steps to Giving Bad News to Clients

7 Steps to Giving Bad News to Clients
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January 21st 2016 by Stacy Kildal

You wouldn’t think a bookkeeper would have to worry about giving bad news. After all, it’s not like we’re doctors saying, “I’m sorry sir, but you only have six months … [Read More…]

 

Using QuickBooks® Online Accountant to Expedite Tax Prep

Using QuickBooks<sup>®</sup> Online Accountant to Expedite Tax Prep
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January 7th 2016 by Jo King

The end of year is here, again, and 2015 tax prep is upon us. Clients are asking if we can review their books. New clients, old clients … they all … [Read More…]

 

How Customers Will Expect to Pay in 2016

How Customers Will Expect to Pay in 2016
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January 5th 2016 by Jennifer Pollock

It’s the start of the new year, which means you’ve probably been seeing your fair share of headlines predicting the top trends for 2016. But, as an accountant, there’s one … [Read More…]

 

QuickBooks® Plus Apps: A Winning Combination for Product-Based Businesses

QuickBooks<sup>®</sup> Plus Apps: A Winning Combination for Product-Based Businesses
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December 22nd 2015 by Shankar Venkataraman

Whether your clients are running an online business, selling through a physical store or running a wholesale business, accounting and preparing for tax time is always a time-consuming task.
QuickBooks Online … [Read More…]

 

Help Your Clients Create Stronger Passwords

Help Your Clients Create Stronger Passwords
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December 16th 2015 by Scott Cytron

It’s time to have a word about passwords.
Many of us use the same sign-on and password over and over for our online accounts. That’s why phishing scams, which often seek … [Read More…]

 

How to Get a Grip on Expenses

How to Get a Grip on Expenses
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December 7th 2015 by Scott Cytron

Whether your clients work for themselves or run a small business with employees, they may find that expense tracking is a time-consuming task. If they don’t stay on top of … [Read More…]

 

Why You Should Recommend QuickBooks® Self-Employed This Season

Why You Should Recommend QuickBooks<sup>®</sup> Self-Employed This Season
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November 23rd 2015 by Alexandra Halbeck

Another Schedule C client walks into your office carrying a shoebox bulging with crumpled slips of paper. “I’m ready to file my taxes,” he says. If this sounds familiar, don’t … [Read More…]

 

The Accountant’s Guide to Moving Clients Online

The Accountant’s Guide to Moving Clients Online
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November 20th 2015 by Nancy Tanaka

We know change is scary, but switching from QuickBooks® Desktop to QuickBooks Online (QBO) brings incredible benefits that change the game for you and your clients.
The Accountant’s Guide to Moving … [Read More…]

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