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PPP2 | PPP Forgiveness

by Lynnea Bylund on January 11, 2021

Are your financials ready for the PPP2 filing?   There is less capital in the PPP2 than there was in the first round which was exhausted in 6 days, so being prepared is key.  You can file for PPP2 before filing for forgiveness.  Notice: Paycheck Protection Program resumes January 11, 2021 at 9am ET SBA, in […]

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Bookkeeping might seem a like dull subject. But it didn’t leap fully formed out of a weighty textbook. People have needed to keep track of their money for centuries, and the bookkeeping methods we use today can be traced back to one very influential man.* *Source: A Brief History of Bookkeeping by Oruk Duke From […]

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According to Charlie Russell, writing at Sleeter Group’s QuickBooks and Beyond, it appears that Intuit QuickBooks has a renewed focus on helping the Accounting Professionals and ProAdvisors with the release of Quickbooks 2012. Russell takes a look at several new features and improvements that will be helpful. Most of these recent elements are found only […]

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During the course of your company’s life, things do not stay the same. For example, in the beginning phases of your business, you may have opted to keep matters simple with an partnership or sole proprietorship.  But as your business and expectations grow, you might need to change your company’s structure – what may have […]

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