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  • Filing Responsibilities With Income or Loss From Business

    In these uncertain times, many taxpayers who normally were on staff have turned part time or full time to the "gig economy." This means they have to file Schedule C as part of their tax return. Click through for an introduction to the tax requirements.

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  • Reporting FFCRA-Qualified Leave on Form W-2

    Are you required by federal law to offer paid leave because of the coronavirus pandemic? If so, you must report the payments on the recipient's Form W-2 or in a separate statement. Click through for reporting details.

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  • Managing Risk in Estate Planning

    "Risk" is both a mathematic and emotional concept, a gauge of the likelihood that your estate plan will achieve its goals. Click through for an introduction to this important but often misunderstood concept.

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  • Changing Culture to Manage Future Disruptions

    Companies that are structured to be resilient and agile are more likely to succeed through disruptions such as the current pandemic — and any future disruptions. Click through to learn how to operate under an agile model.

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  • Calculating the Total Interest for a Loan with Excel

    Cumulative interest payments? Excel can handle that task, if you know how to manage the functions correctly. In fact, it can be an efficient way to get the numbers you need. Click through to learn a trick you had no idea Excel could do!

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  • CDC Gives Guidance for Reopening Businesses

    While stringent closing rules are still in place, the CDC has started to give guidance for reopening certain businesses under certain situations. Click through to get started thinking about how your business may be able to reopen.

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  • New OSHA Guidance on Tracking COVID-19 at Work

    Did your employees who have COVID-19 contract it at work? The question is not academic — it has serious legal implications. Click through to check OSHA's new guidance for uncovering the infection sources.

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  • Is This Your Situation: QuickBooks Isn’t Cutting It

    QuickBooks software has streamlined processes for millions of businesses over the years. But users have to remember that QuickBooks has some limitations. Click through to learn about helpful QuickBooks add-ons.  

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  • Shift Differentials: How the Numbers Add Up

    Paying workers is about more than regular pay vs. overtime. Many companies offer different rates for working outside normal business hours. Click through to learn where this is likely to happen, and how to calculate pay.

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  • Rethinking the Way We Communicate

    We may find that COVID-19 has accelerated the trend toward new ways to communicate and new styles of communication. Click through for insights into getting the most out of the many choices we are using now — and will continue to use going forward. 

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  • Is This Your Situation: Thinking About Using an Outsourced CFO

    Are you outgrowing your accounting resources? Are you considering whether to hire additional in-house staff or wondering whether outsourced supervision is the way to go? Click through to weigh the pros and cons for your business.

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  • QuickBooks: Setting It Up Right

    QuickBooks is one of the easiest to use and most popular systems for managing your finances, and it's suitable for a wide range of businesses. Click through for some tips on getting started.

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  • Identifying Duplicate Values in an Excel List

    You may not realize that it's possible to identify duplicate items within an Excel list with just a few mouse clicks. Click through to learn how to do this with the aid of the filter feature.

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  • Telecommuting as a Reasonable Accommodation

    COVID-19 has brought both telecommuting and reasonable accommodation to the fore, raising issues that likely will continue long after the pandemic has passed. Click through for insight into policy and regulation.

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  • Cash Flow Statements: The Key to Business Success

    Understanding what is happening with your cash can help you with the day-to-day operation of your business. Click through to learn how to work with some essential metrics.

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  • Is This Your Situation: Considering Outsourcing Accounting Tasks

    Although you may not be accountant, your company still will have intense accounting needs essential to your day-to-day business operations. Click through to learn more about outsourced accounting and find out whether it is right for you.

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  • Is This Your Situation: Upping Your Game as a QB Online User

    If you’ve been using QB Online for a long time, it’s good to step back and evaluate how you use your software. Do you follow any best practices? Click through to learn more about six QuickBooks Online tips that you can start using today.

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  • Welcome to Siegel Solutions Newsletter!

    Welcome to our firm's newsletter! We plan to give you helpful information every two weeks. Click through to learn all about the valuable free information we'll be sending.

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  • Special Report: How to Manage Cash Flow

    Special Report: How to Manage Cash Flow

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  • Is This Your Situation: Looking for Financial Reporting in QuickBooks Online

    Financial reports from QuickBooks can help you make important business decisions. Should I buy that building? Should I expand my product line? Click through to learn where some of the most common — and critical — reports are located in QuickBooks Online.

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  • Fixed-Rate Versus Adjustable-Rate Mortgages: Pros and Cons

    Home mortgage loans come in two flavors: fixed rate and adjustable rate. Which is right for you? It's not always an easy answer. Click through to see the pros and cons, which are based on costs and your long-term plans.

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  • Using Excel's VLOOKUP Function for Exact Matches

    It's one of the most useful features of Excel, but can seem a little confusing. Still, it's worth taking the time to learn it, and it's easier than you thought. Click through for some tips on the VLOOKUP function.

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  • How to Handle COVID-19-Related Layoffs

    It's a double hit: The new coronavirus has led to the enforced shuttering of many businesses, and the resulting market plummet has led to major retrenchment elsewhere. Click through for some help in managing layoffs at your company in these extraordinary times.

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  • The CARES Act: The Basics of EIDL and PPP Loans

    There are many kinds of financial relief coming out of Washington, and one especially useful provision for businesses is the SBA loan program. Click through to learn how the program can help you and what conditions you have to meet.

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  • Is This Your Situation: Trying to Streamline Your Business with Cloud-Based Accounting

    Cloud-based accounting provides all the benefits of having a staff accountant without having to hire an employee. Click through to learn about this affordable small-business solution.

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  • The 4 QuickBooks Reports Small Business Owners Need

    Yes, QuickBooks takes charge of your data, but the real value is in the reports the program generates from all that information. Click through for insights into the key reports and how they can help you.

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  • Family Member Care and the IRS

    Do you have a private nurse taking care of a parent in your home? You don't only have a health issue, you also have a tax issue. Click through to be on top of the additional tax responsibilities that come with home help.

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  • Coronavirus: The Business Management Angle

    The coronavirus is a health crisis, but it has also become a business issue as well. Managers need to know what their responsibilities are regarding their employees. Click through for some essential workplace guidance.

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  • PPP: IRS and SBA Issue New Guidance

    The IRS and SBA continue to release additional guidance on the PPP that is applicable to those applying for loans and those who already have them. Click through for key clarifications in this important but complicated program.

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  • When to Use a Collection Agency

    What can you do to get clients and customers to pay up? Are you just stuck with an uncollected account? Not necessarily. Click through to see how to deal with the pesky customers who get behind on their payments.

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  • The EITC: Helpful But Misunderstood

    The earned income tax credit gives an enormous helping hand to working families, but many wrongly assume it doesn't apply to them. Click through for insights into the powerful EITC to learn if you can take advantage of it.

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  • Learn the Ins and Outs of Payroll Deductions

    With a mix of state and federal rules, figuring out what to deduct from your employees' wages can get complicated. Click through for an overview of the taxes you have to deduct, and other paycheck issues.

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  • Tips for a Quicker End to Your Mortgage

    All homeowners look forward to the day when their mortgages end. With a little planning, you can make that day come sooner. Click through for some advice on how to pay off your mortgage sooner than you expected.

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  • What Is OCBOA — and Can It Work for Your Business?

    U.S. Generally Accepted Accounting Principles — GAAP — is not the only game in town. Other Comprehensive Basis of Accounting might be a better choice for your business. Click through for the details so you can make the right choice.

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  • Is This Your Situation: Needing to Send Invoice Reminders via QuickBooks

    Have you ever wondered what to do when you send an invoice to a client but have not been paid after a few weeks? Click through to learn how to set up invoice reminders in QuickBooks Online.

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  • Know the Tax Rules for Employee Loans

    Companies may allow workers to take a draw against commissions or give them some other form of salary advance. It's perfectly legal, but employers need to know the rules. Click through for the tax implications of employee loans.

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  • How to Choose Automobile Insurance

    When shopping for auto insurance, you want the best coverage for the cheapest price, but you have a lot of options to sort through. Click through to get accurate quotes by providing some basic information.

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  • Coronavirus: Remote Work from Virtual Offices Could Go on for Months or Longer

    Accounting firms and other types of small businesses face different kinds of challenges every day, but right now they’re both having to prioritize one initiative: enabling employees to work from home. Click photo to learn more. 

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  • Is This the Right Time to Build an E-Commerce Business?

    The idea of launching a new business in the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic may seem like a radical thing to do. In the long run, however, it may help to keep your business viable well into the future. Click through for some compelling advice.

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  • PPP Loan Update 6/4/2020: 

    The U.S. Senate passed the Paycheck Protection Program Flexibility Act of 2020 and it is expected to be signed by the President over the coming days...Click PHOTO or TITLE for more...

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  • QuickBooks Advanced

    If you’re a growing business seeking more organized financial and accounting in the cloud, QuickBooks Online Advanced was built just for you...Click PHOTO or TITLE for more...

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  • QuickBooks: Resolving Problems with Banking Deposits

    You got paid – great! But how does your money get into your bank account? QuickBooks can help you here, if you know all the tricks. Click through for some help on using this program to make banking tasks simpler.

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  • Budgeting Tips for Managers

    It may not be the most entertaining part of your job, but it's often one of the most essential: budgeting. Is there a way to make it less painful? Click through for some tips on managing your department's budgeting responsibly.

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  • Why Coronavirus Might Be the Best Reason Yet to Move to the Cloud

    It’s hard to say at this point whether the building global panic surrounding COVID-19 coronavirus is justified, but one thing is certain: the disease is changing the lives of millions, possibly billions, of people. Click photo to learn more. 

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  • Is This Your Situation: Customizing Templates in QuickBooks Online

    Your invoices, estimates and sales receipts in QuickBooks Online could use some customization, but you don’t know how to get started. Fortunately, this is not that difficult and help is available. Click through for step-by-step instructions.

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  • Coronavirus: Why Small Businesses Still Need to Prioritize Security

    It’s overwhelming. Social distancing, guarding against the deadly coronavirus, stocking up on enough food for a potential lockdown … all the while trying to keep a small business afloat during one of the strangest and most uncertain periods of the last 100 years. Click photo to learn more.

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  • How to Maximize Excel's Show Formulas Feature

    It sometimes seems as if Excel's formulas are hidden. This can be a problem if you inherit someone else's spreadsheet -- what are its mysteries? Click through for a reveal feature that can save you hours.

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  • Know Your IRS Rights

    Anyone who has received a tax audit knows the terror of imagining a meeting with the IRS. But it's not a one-sided fight! Click through, take a deep breath and read about your protections in the Taxpayer Bill of Rights.

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  • 5 Ways to Lower Your SUTA Tax Rate

    An employer’s SUTA tax rate is susceptible to fluctuation. If yours is escalating, contrary to popular belief, you actually might be able to reduce it! Click through for five strategies to curb your SUTA tax rate.

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  • Use Apprentices at Your Business

    An apprentice system is not a 19th-century relic. It is working today in a win-win situation for businesses and employees. Click through for more on this training concept that can help your business prosper.

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  • Helpful Tech Apps for Working at Home

    You can find scores of programs to aid in working at home. Below are a few that we thought are especially helpful and that might not be familiar. Click through to get a sense of all the help that may be available for you online.

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  • Great Shortcuts in Excel

    Click through for a video on great shortcuts in Excel.

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  • IRS Introduces the New Form 1099-NEC

    Although the rules on paying freelancers haven't changed, the paperwork has. The IRS has rolled out Form 1099-NEC, which businesses must use for paying nonemployee compensation. Click through to learn how it works.

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  • QuickBooks: Easy Tips for Solving Problems

    As with everything in life, there are shortcuts to increase efficiency. And QuickBooks is no exception. Click through to explore certain tips and tricks to writing checks and bank reconciliations.

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  • Is This Your Situation: You're Overwhelmed Entering Data

    You're tired of wasting time and money manually entering hundreds of transactions into QuickBooks. Click through for some suggestions on greatly reducing the hours spent keyboarding.

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  • The 7 Reasons to Hire an Accountant

    Most working professionals can use the help of an accountant. Click through for seven reasons to hire an accountant for your personal finances.

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  • Is This Your Situation: Confused About Choosing Accounting Software

    When selecting accounting software, you have several options. How can you choose the best option for your business? Click through for some tips on getting started.

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  • Wishing You Happy Holidays and a Season Filled with Peace and Joy

    Wishing you a season of peace and joy! May you enjoy warm memories with loved ones, and may the spirit of the holiday season fill your hearts. Click through for a special greeting.

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  • Payroll and Budgeting for Seasonal Construction Jobs

    Concerned about financial issues when work is seasonal? Click through to learn how to manage your budget in the lean months.

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  • How to Address Ergonomic Needs

    Employees are working at home. And even as companies prepare to slowly reopen, they may need to rearrange workspaces for health reasons. Click through to learn how to maintain ergonomic safety in every situation.

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  • Is This Your Situation: Choosing Key Management Reports

    Determining whether your law firm is on the right track may be more complicated than it sounds. Click through for some insights into the reports law firms need to review to ensure that they're profitable.

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  • Tax Scams: The Pandemic Edition

    With all the things that are changing in 2020, there is one constant you can count on: Tax scams are still with us. Click through to learn what to watch out for as scammers find ways to incorporate the pandemic into their schemes.

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  • The Pomodoro Technique: Rethinking Time Management

    With so many people working at home instead of in a 9-5 office setting, we're seeing a new focus on time management. Click through to learn about the Pomodoro Technique, which makes it easier to accomplish more while working less.

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  • Is This Your Situation: Continually Worrying About Accounting

    A lot goes into running a small business. You started it because you’re good at what you do. But what about those administrative duties that aren’t your strength? Click through to learn more about the tasks an outsourced accountant can handle on your behalf.

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  • Is This Your Situation: Confused About the Difference Between Categories of Workers

    Our clients or other government contractors often use "subcontractor" and "independent consultant" interchangeably; however, these terms are not synonymous. Click through to better understand the difference between these categories as well as full-time employees.

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  • Are Your Employees Cross-Trained?

    The COVID-19 pandemic has wreaked havoc with staffing at companies of all sizes. Can you prepare for any new disasters that lead to major layoffs? Click through for some thoughts on cross-training, which can ensure all tasks are covered.

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  • Techniques for Custom Sorting in Excel

    Click through for a video on custom sorting in Excel.

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  • Are Your Accounts Receivable Piling Up?

    Accounts receivable are the bane of businesses even in good financial times. Now, in this difficult times, managing account receivables is more important than ever.  Click through to learn how to take control of cash flow.

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  • General Overview of Business Deductions

    Business expenses are the cost of carrying on a trade or business, and there may be some tax breaks there. But a lot has changed in recent months, and the rules can be complicated. Click through for an overview of business tax deductions.

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  • What Is a Family Office?

    You may have heard about family offices but aren't sure what they are. They are essentially firms that provide complete asset management and planning services. Are they right for you? Click through to learn what constitutes a family office.

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  • SSA Announces COLA and Max Earnings for 2021

    The SSA has published its COLA increases for 2021 as well as a new ceiling for earnings subject to OASDI. Click through to learn the details on which numbers are changing — and which are not — and how you're affected.

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  • Employment Records Retention: What Are the Federal Laws?

    Keeping employment records is not only good business practice but also legally required. The rules are specific and can get complicated. Click through for federal laws mandating employment records retention.

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  • New: Special PPP Loan Provisions for Small Businesses

    On Feb. 22, the White House published some changes to the PPP program that makes it more accessible to small businesses. Click through for details on the special application process and modifications on various restrictions.

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  • Using QuickBooks to Pay Employees

    QuickBooks can do lots of payroll-oriented tasks, if you know which buttons to press. Click through to learn all about setting up your system so you can efficiently pay your staff.

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  • 6 Tips for Handling Virtual Layoffs

    It's never pleasant when layoffs become a necessity, and now the pandemic has turned the process virtual. Conducting layoffs through online meetings is the new norm. Click through for six ways to navigate layoffs in the virtual sphere.

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  • How To Raise and Maintain a Credit Score

    More than ever, in today's tumultuous world, it is important to maintain a good credit score, even while economic difficulties make it tough. Click through to learn how to build and maintain healthy credit habits in good times and bad.

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  • The SEP-IRA: Just Right for Small Businesses

    Traditional pensions plans and 401(k)'s may not be appropriate for small businesses and the self-employed. However, that doesn't mean there are no other options. Click through to learn about the powerful and adaptable SEP-IRA.

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  • Filing Taxes for the Deceased

    Tax responsibilities don't end with death. Indeed, it's an important part of the executor's job to file the deceased person's state and federal final income tax returns for the year of death. Click through to address specific tax filing responsibilities.

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  • Is This Your Situation: Recording Refunds in QuickBooks

    Your client returns a product and wants a refund, but you have no idea how to record the transaction in QuickBooks. But if If you know the process, QuickBooks can handle a task like this easily and ensure the accuracy of your financials.

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  • How Are Trusts Taxed?

    Trusts are subject to taxation, but not in the same way businesses and individuals are. They have their own special rules, and both grantors and beneficiaries need to be aware of them. Click through for an introduction to trusts and taxation.

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  • Don't Get Over Your Head in Investing

    Too many stories have appeared in the news about naive investors who lose their savings because of overreliance on tools that make Wall Street look safe and easy. Click through for some thoughts on being careful.

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  • Business Interest Expense: The New Rules

    The IRS has issued final regulations about deductions for business interest expense under the TCJA. Click through to see how the agency tackles the definition of interest and learn about exceptions that may apply to you.

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  • How To Retool: An Overview

    Recent months have forced decisions and adjustments on small businesses. Companies of all kinds are working through new ways of doing business. Click through for some examples and tips that may help you with your company.

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  • Save Time with Excel Chart Templates

    Excel's ability to create charts from data is one of its best features, but it can be time-consuming if you don't know the details. Click through to learn some useful shortcuts.

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  • The SBA EIDL and PPP Loans and Their Tax Implications

    The Small Business Administration has refreshed an old loan program and launched a new one for pandemic-affected businesses—but there are a lot of complexities. Click through for the inside story, and the important tax implications.

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  • Is This Your Situation: Your Company Is Not Well Served By Your Accounting Firm

    You feel like your accounting firm is not really focused on the kind of company you own. Click through to learn how to find an accounting firm that’s geared toward your business.

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  • Is This Your Situation: Keeping Track of Project Expenses

    QuickBooks Online Plus has a feature you can turn on called Projects. Click through to learn how to organize your financials based on all the jobs or projects you’re managing as well as how to track invoices, expenses and transactions related to those jobs.

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  • Touchless Payments: A Result of the COVID-19 Pandemic

    Touchless payments have been around for a while, but the pandemic may give them a boost, as businesses and consumers both want to avoid physical contact. Click through to learn about how they work, and their advantages.

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  • What to Know About Education Credits

    An education credit helps with the cost of higher education by reducing the amount of tax owed on your return. Click through to get details on the American Opportunity and Lifetime Learning credits.

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  • Nonresident Aliens and Tax Returns

    Are you a nonresident alien engaged in a trade or business in the United States? There are some special tax rules for you. Click through to learn about what your responsibilities are and the basics of Form 1040-NR.

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  • Tax Treatment for Family Members Working in the Family Business

    When you include family members in your business operations, there are tax treatments and employment tax rules that need to be applied. Click through to learn the right way to hire a family member.

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  • How To Be a Manager

    Few people train to be the boss. More often, they're promoted to a management position because they did well in a lower-level job. Soon they find that management requires a completely new set of skills. Click through to read some hard-earned advice on how to be a manager.

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  • How to Choose a Guardian for Your Child

    Although no one likes to think about it, an important responsibility of parenthood is making sure your children are provided for if you're not around. Click through for a quick guide to making those crucial plans.

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