It’s our last official post for 2011 and we’d like to wish you all the happiest of holidays and say a warm “thank you” for your support and patronage this past year!
I’d like to thank everyone for your support of the QuickBooks for Contractors blog during the past year.
Our office will be closed from Friday, December 23 through Monday, December 26 and again from Friday, December 30 through Monday, January 2, 2012; while we share the holiday season with friends and family.
During this time were also going to do some well deserved maintenance and updates to our main website to prepare for 2012.
When we relaunch on Tuesday January 3, 2012, you’ll find that we’ve been very busy during this time. The Federal WH 347, certified payroll report is due to expire on December 31 and we will be providing information about the new reporting requirements so that you’ll be up to date. Additionally, after a very long delay, the Compliance Monitoring Unit, part of the California Department of Industrial Relations, will go into effect. So there will be information available about this as well.
In addition to these prevailing wage law changes you’ll find that we’ve been busy updating and creating new QuickBooks training materials geared for commercial and government construction contractors. These new materials will be in the form of e-books, pre-recorded videos and live webinars. All which will be reasonably priced.
Until then, have a safe and happy holiday season and be sure to check back next year to see what we’ve been up to!
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