QuickBooks provides two ways (actually, three) to create a copy of your QuickBooks data file. When is each appropriate, and how do you proceed?
Identity theft occurs when someone uses your personal identifying information, like your name, Social Security number, or credit card number, without your permission, to commit fraud or other crimes.
In today’s economy, in order for your business to be successful you need to have good business practices. Below are some good business practice ideas to consider that may help your business become more successful.
A controversy over corporate sponsorship developed in the early 1990s when the IRS took the audit position that Mobil Oil’s sponsorship payment to the Cotton Bowl constituted taxable unrelated advertising income to the nonprofit that organized the Cotton Bowl.
The birth or adoption of a child is a joyous occasion for a family. In addition to significant lifestyle changes there are also a significant number of tax implications. In this article we will provide you with some information that may assist you.
It may seem like a no-brainer – cut expenses to make more money – but many small changes can result in significant savings.
It looks like the economy may finally be looking up. Still, this is no time to loosen the purse strings in terms of your business expenses. Rather, why not re-double your efforts to cut costs and boost your profitability?
The Internal Revenue Service (IRS) released its 2011 Form 990 and instructions on Jan. 21, 2012. Someone looking just at the forms and instructions themselves would see few revisions; however, the IRS has provided a number of clarifications and made some significant changes in the instructions to the form and the schedules.
QuickBooks handles billable expenses capably, but it’s critical that you understand the process thoroughly before proceeding.
Whether it is the result of declining public and private support, increased accountability or the need to expand the footprint of your mission in an era of funding changes; the age of nonprofit mergers seems to be upon us.
By now, the New Year celebrations have been drowned out by the chatter of questions concerning taxes.