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Year-Round Business Planning Ensures a Stronger Client Bond

Year-Round Business Planning Ensures a Stronger Client Bond
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December 18th 2014 by Joel Hodges

Building strong client relationships through regular communication is an important part of providing the best client service. It’s also important to the success of your tax accounting business.
Businesses and individuals … [Read More…]

 

When Should You Fire a Tax Client?

When Should You Fire a Tax Client?
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December 16th 2014 by Joel Hodges

Being forced to let go of a client is something no business owner wants to face. In that situation, the adage, “an ounce of prevention is worth a pound of … [Read More…]

 

Niche Focus on Franchise Accounting = 20% Annual Growth

Niche Focus on Franchise Accounting =  20% Annual Growth
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December 15th 2014 by Hugh Duffy

When Navjeet Chahal started Chahal & Associates in 2003, he was optimistic for success, but even he couldn’t predict the kind of success some firms only dream about. Since its … [Read More…]

 

Grow Your Practice Through Wholesale Pricing and Value Billing

Grow Your Practice Through Wholesale Pricing and Value Billing
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December 14th 2014 by Michelle Long

I enjoy training accountants and bookkeepers in cities across the United States, Canada, Australia and even London, England, as a contract trainer for Intuit®. Along the way, I’ve discovered a … [Read More…]

 

All-New Reimagined Quickbooks ProAdvisor® Program: How it Benefits You and Your Practice

All-New Reimagined Quickbooks ProAdvisor<sup>®</sup> Program: How it Benefits You and Your Practice
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December 14th 2014 by Luis F Sanchez Castillo

Welcome to the all-new, reimagined QuickBooks ProAdvisor® Program – with a new set of benefits, it makes it easier than ever to help you do what you do best: provide … [Read More…]

 

Join #QBOchat Thursdays at 3 pm ET

Join #QBOchat Thursdays at 3 pm ET
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December 5th 2014 by Shauna Maher

Do you notice the hashtag #QBOchat showing up in your Twitter feed every Thursday and wonder what you’re missing?
#QBOchat is a weekly chat session on Twitter that brings together accounting … [Read More…]

 

Giving Back to the Community: Hector Garcia

Giving Back to the Community: Hector Garcia
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December 2nd 2014 by Scott Cytron

Giving back to the community is something Hector Garcia takes very seriously. Hector, a user of Intuit® Tax Online and an Advanced Certified QuickBooks ProAdvisor®, owns his own firm in … [Read More…]

 

3 Keys to a Disciplined Business

3 Keys to a Disciplined Business
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November 14th 2014 by David Worrell

Now that the recession is behind us, what have you learned? Are you smart enough to face another tough economy and emerge stronger?
The recession put a lot of companies out … [Read More…]

 

10 Small Business Cash Flow Management Strategies That Work

10 Small Business Cash Flow Management Strategies That Work
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October 8th 2014 by Edward Castano

As trusted advisors, accountants and bookkeepers, we are in a good position to advise small businesses when they are facing cash-flow issues. Below, I describe 10 strategies to help improve … [Read More…]

 

Add Payroll to QuickBooks® Online!

Add Payroll to QuickBooks<sup>®</sup> Online!
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September 6th 2014 by Hector Garcia

As an added-value service to your core accounting service, Intuit® offers two major add-ons to QuickBooks® Online: QuickBooks Payments, a merchant credit card processing service, and Payroll, also known as … [Read More…]

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