Notice! Upcoming change to the QuickBooks Document Manager service. After May 31, 2013, you will no longer be able to access documents you’ve stored online using QuickBooks Document Manager. Why is QuickBooks Document Manager being discontinued? Intuit is committed to developing easy, straightforward financial tools that help you today and grow with you tomorrow. But [...]
Interesting insight from my friends at BQE Software: Some of the best advice youâll ever get is the stuff that goes against the grain, against all logic, against every fiber in your being. âBe calm if you encounter a bear,â âif you love them, let them go,â and âin case of an emergency, walkâdonât runâto [...]
By March 1 employers are required to notify employees of the following information: Must inform employees of the existence of a state individual exchange Describe the service the exchange provides The manner in which employees may request assistance with the exchange If an employee purchases insurance through an exchange, they may be eligible for assistance [...]
We would like to remind you of the substantiation and reporting requirements that apply to the personal use of autos that are owned or leased by your corporation.Â It is important that you comply with these requirements to avoid the potential loss of deductions, plus penalties, and interest if you are ever audited. Â First, [...]
Business Use The standard mileage rate for transportation or travel expenses is 56.5 cents per mile for all miles of business use (business standard mileage rate).Â Â Charitable Use The standard mileage rate is 14 cents per mile for use of an automobile in rendering gratuitous services to a charitable organization under Â§ 170.Â Â [...]
Working with our CPA associate, we would like to remind you of the tax rules that apply to shareholders of S-Corporations who own 2% or more of the stock and receive certain fringe benefits.Â It is important that you comply with these requirements before year end, otherwise you risk the loss of your shareholder health [...]
The IRS issued new reporting regulations for tax year 2011 1099-MISC form. These regulations will exclude some forms of payments from the 1099-MISC form; instead, the payments will be reported on the new third party form 1099-K. If you have made payments to vendors in tax year 2011 you will only need to report certain [...]
Hello, and thanks for checking out my Birthday Wish! November 5th Â is my Birthday!Â It isÂ the 2nd birthday without my husband of 32 years, whom I lost to Cancer on September 23, 2010. Today I’m taking action and posting my Birthday Wish! For my birthday, I’m asking my friends, family, business associatesÂ and clientsÂ for a special [...]
Next to payroll, paying bills is probably your least favorite task in QuickBooks. You don’t have to use this feature â you can keep stacking bills on your desk, scrawling the due dates on a paper calendar, and writing checks.
If you’re still operating this way, though, you’re missing out on the numerous tools that QuickBooks offers to track your accounts payable!