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Taking on New Apps to Use With QuickBooks® Online

Taking on New Apps to Use With QuickBooks<sup>®</sup> Online
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September 20th 2016 by Seth David

By now, hopefully, you’re aware that if you’re looking for apps that work with QuickBooks® Online (QBO), you visit www.apps.com. There are a ton of apps that serve many different … [Read More…]

 

3 Disconnects That Can Stall Your Firm

3 Disconnects That Can Stall Your Firm
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September 19th 2016 by Dustin Hostetler

The importance of connections cannot be overstated. Anyone who leads or manages a business (or any organization for that matter) knows the importance of connections. Often, connections are defined in … [Read More…]

 

Four Ways to Help Your Clients Prevent Employee Fraud

Four Ways to Help Your Clients Prevent Employee Fraud
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September 9th 2016 by Mario Nowogrodzki

According to the Association of Certified Fraud Examiners (ACFE) 2014 Global Fraud Study, the average organization loses 5 percent of revenue each year because of fraud. That figure doesn’t include … [Read More…]

 

Accounting History: How Automation Has Changed Our Accounting Processes

Accounting History: How Automation Has Changed Our Accounting Processes
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September 8th 2016 by Mario Nowogrodzki

Accounting is the most automated function in the modern office, according to Yodle, with more than half of small businesses using some sort of automated system.
Further, about 40 percent of … [Read More…]

 

Technology to Turn Your Clients’ Remote Workers into Paperless Employees

Technology to Turn Your Clients’ Remote Workers into Paperless Employees
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September 7th 2016 by Mario Nowogrodzki

An increasing number of businesses manage workers outside the workplace. Thirty-seven percent of employees telecommute one or two days each month, according to a Gallup poll. And, 70 percent work … [Read More…]

 

5 Tips to Streamline Your Expense Reporting Process

5 Tips to Streamline Your Expense Reporting Process
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July 30th 2016 by Karine Woodman

As an accountant, you know that expense report processing is vital to your clients’ business. An inefficient and overly complicated process can not only make your life a nightmare, but … [Read More…]

 

5 Daily Habits That Keep Me Focused

5 Daily Habits That Keep Me Focused
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July 20th 2016 by Marjorie Adams

As the owner and CEO of a successful business, I’m constantly pulled in many directions. Our salespeople need information, a client calls with an issue or I’m due downtown for … [Read More…]

 

Creating a Top-Notch Office Culture: An Interview with Certified Bookkeeper Wayne Zielke

Creating a Top-Notch Office Culture: An Interview with Certified Bookkeeper Wayne Zielke
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July 11th 2016 by Bryan Tritt

For most business owners, one of the biggest challenges they face is retaining good employees. It’s always a challenge to find the right workers that match your company’s needs, and … [Read More…]

 

5 Tips to Migrate to the Cloud

5 Tips to Migrate to the Cloud
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July 7th 2016 by Charles Costa

Cloud technology is one of the hottest topics in the business world today; however, with such a vast field, most professionals aren’t getting the most from these systems.
Whether you’re looking … [Read More…]

 

Accounting in the Cloud with ProAdvisor® Rachel Fisch: Top Challenges and the Apps that Solve Them

Accounting in the Cloud with ProAdvisor<sup>®</sup> Rachel Fisch: Top Challenges and the Apps that Solve Them
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July 7th 2016 by Bryan Tritt

Just a few years ago, desktop accounting software reigned supreme. The cloud technology that is at our fingertips today had not yet been built. Today, however, Intuit® sells more QuickBooks® … [Read More…]

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