Freebie Friday – Your QuickBooks file, the IRS & YOU eBook
Oh sweet Friday – sometimes you come way to fast and other times not fast enough!
This week, I confess, I took a shortcut and turned our popular series “Your QuickBooks file, the IRS & You” and turned it into an eBook and called it good! Friday’s come too fast for me, in terms of getting things done (I do just about all of my blogging at night, early in the morning, or on the weekend otherwise I would never get any real work done during the day) – so I hope you will excuse this shortcut on my part.
One of the reasons that I decided to turn it into an eBook is so that you can download it and distribute it to your clients. Feel free to include it on your website or an upcoming newsletter – the ONLY “catch” is that I will require you to distribute the entire ebook and not act as if you wrote it yourself.
March 8, 2013 – this eBook is currently being updated, but will be available again this summer on the Learn to use QuickBooks in your construction business website.
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