The Sleeter Group, established in 1994, is best known for their national reputation of being the highest-quality provider of technical reference materials, software expertise and QuickBooks training materials for accounting solutions consultants. This year they are doing something a little different and are their show on the road with a Small Business Technology Road Show, with just a slight twist - accounting professionals can bring their clients for free!
As a member of the Sleeter Consultant Network, I've attended their Annual Conference many times in the last 9 years and it has always been a learning experience. Continue reading
Is your CPA REALLY the right person to be completing your tax return? Did you know that there are different educational requirements for different types of tax preparers? For example, attorneys, certified public accountants, and enrolled agents will not have to undergo competency testing or obtain CPE credits for federal tax law topics under new IRS regulations?
Who does your taxes? Do they know tax law? This guest blog post by Bruce McFarland of L & R Tax Preparation will provide information about new rules and regulations that the IRS is mandating for paid tax preparers. Continue reading
Reselling Accounting versus Reselling Technology – which one delivers the greatest value to your client, and to your business? Continue reading
Intuit’s QuickBooks is the top managerial accounting program in the U.S. Anyone can put QuickBooks on their resume, but offering potential employers tangible proof keeps job seekers relevant since those credentials reflect real-world job skills. Becoming a QuickBooks… Continue reading
Giving your QuickBooks company data to an IRS Auditor is almost like inviting a stranger into your home - you don't know what they will do. Create an External Accountant Continue reading
Frequently you will run across a transaction that you just aren’t sure which account you should be posting it too. Often times you end up “just picking one”, and tell yourself that you’ll remember to ask your accountant about it Continue reading
If you are a QuickBooks user be sure to tell your accountant about the ability to exclude Estimate from the Closing Date - if you are an accounting professional who sets a closing date on your clients file - ask them if they need access to these transactions BEFORE you set the closing date, they'll love you for it! Continue reading
Many companies fail to set up their charts of accounts correctly in QuickBooks. At tax time, when their accountant receives a copy of the file, it becomes a bigger mess. Continue reading