The work plan contains the IRS’s plans to look more closely at unrelated business income and, especially, at tax-exempt organizations that report unrelated business activities on Form 990 but do not file a Form 990-T.
Is 2013 The Year You Finally Go Mobile With Financial Data?
Using QuickBooks Mobile, you’ll improve business relations, put out fires before they start and unchain yourself from your office computer.
QuickBooks 2013 Gives You A Reason To Upgrade
Tired of QuickBooks’ cramped, claustrophobic screens and uneven interface? You’ll be pleased to see the 2013 version.
QuickBooks Income Tax Reports: Target The Right Output
April 15 is getting uncomfortably close.
QuickBooks, of course, can’t do your taxes for you. But it helps you lay some of the groundwork. Following up on last month’s column on customizing reports, we’ll look at the program’s tax-related reports and its powerful report-filtering options.
Preliminary Analysis Of The IRS Governance Checklist
In an effort to add further transparency to nonprofit organization reporting, the IRS added Part VI to the revised Form 990 in 2008.
Is My Trust Or Estate Subject To The New Medicare Surtax
Important Message: The new Medicare surtax applies to trusts and estates!
Tapping Into Technology To Win and Manage Grants
Does your staff’s time seem slavishly devoted to chasing the latest grantor’s request for fund-related data?
Pension Plans For Small Businesses
Starting a retirement savings plan can be easier than most business owners think. In this article we will discuss the three main types of plans, provide a comparison of the plans, and provide some other information.
QuickBooks Can Do Much More Than You Think
No, you’ll never max out all of its features, but here are some tips on tools that extend QuickBooks’ usefulness – and save you time.
Tax Deductions for Vacation Homes
A vacation home can give you that much needed break from every day stress but it also has the potential to give you a break on income taxes.