From the monthly archives:

March 2011

Taxpayers who made some energy efficient improvements to their home or purchased energy-efficient products last year may qualify for a tax credit this year. The IRS wants you to know about these six energy-related tax credits created or expanded by the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009. 1. Residential Energy Property Credit This tax credit […]

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Our own Catalyst QuickBooks cloud solution for small business accounting and bookkeeping and demo video may be reviewed here.  Developed by Cloud 9 Real Time, we don’t know how we managed without for so long. As the economy commences to regrow and stabilize, companies are looking to rebuild.  When posed with the prospects of either growing or being left […]

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TV star Charlie Sheen has kept his name in the limelight in recent times, and now that Warner has fired him from “Two and a Half Men” Michael Cohn at Accounting Today is musing what it would be like if Charlie took the job overseeing tax legislation and accounting standards. Here are some of Cohn’s […]

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Here’s a question that arises frequently during QuickBooks training: What do you do if you have an invoice that won’t be paid? And, you’ve decided to give up collection efforts?  To qualify as a bad debt it must be unable to be collected, and all reasonable efforts have been exhausted to collect the amount owed. In […]

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If your business makes more income than it loses, then you have a real business. This makes you a business person. As such, you need to act accordingly, but how? Value of Time Time is your number one asset. However, other people will not respect it if you don’t. Any meeting with a prospect or […]

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