March 2014 General Client Newsletter
In this month’s issue:
F2 Key….. technical information
from Rich Kane, CPA and QuickBooks ProAdvisor®
Would you like to know how big your data file is?
Would you like to know what release you are using?
The answer is simple…
When you are in QuickBooks, tap your F2 key. Continue reading
March 2014 QuickBooks® Newsletter
Increasing your income is good. But even if you can’t, you can still take steps to collect the money you’re already owed faster. Here are five.
If you asked five small business owners to name the top three roadblocks they face in their quest for ongoing profitability, it’s likely that all five would point to slow payments.
It’s everyone’s problem. Accounts receivable requires constant monitoring. As satisfying as it can be to dispatch a group of invoices, you know that it’s going to take some work to bring in payment for at least some of them.
By using QuickBooks’ tools and complying with accounting best practices, you’ll be more confident during the invoicing stage that what you’re owed will actually be in your bank account in a reasonable amount of time. Here are five things that we suggest. Continue reading
February 2014 General Client Newsletter
In this month’s issue:
It’s that time of year again, when we’re glad to be stuck inside doing tax returns rather than be out in the frigid winter air: Tax Season! Ever wonder what goes into preparing tax returns and how we spend all that time? We’d like to give you an inside look at how our firm operates during our inarguably busiest time of the year, and, more importantly, how we handle your return: Continue reading
February 2014 QuickBooks® Newsletter
You may not have even completed your 2013 taxes yet. But now is an ideal time to start getting ready for your 2014 returns.
We know that you’re in some stage of preparation for your 2013 income taxes. It may seem odd to start thinking about 2014 taxes just now, but actually, this is the ideal time to start planning and making business decisions with their tax implications always in the back of your mind.
As you look at the data that will be entered in your 2013 tax forms, you’re likely to come across some expenses that you might have handled differently, or some income that should have been deferred. If you begin your planning process for 2014 while 2013 is still in the works, you can start making smarter, more tax-advantageous business decisions now, instead of late in the year when everyone is rushing to take actions necessary to lower their tax obligation.
Here’s how QuickBooks can help you with this new approach. Continue reading