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To check the status of your QuickBooks file, press the F2 key. Here you can determine how close you are to the program’s maximum limitations, such as list sizes, the number of database file fragments, and file size. If any of these three parameters are close to the maximum limits, you are risking a QuickBooks crash and burn.
Now is a good time of year to see how your business is measuring up to your business plan, verifying if any “spring cleaning” is needed in your QuickBooks file, and if you are on track with your estimated tax payments. If you have questions, or simply don’t have the time, give us a call about our Mid Year Check Up.
QuickBooks Online Backup is useful if you are importing large amounts of data, if you want to test a new feature without affecting your real data, or just in case the cloud is compromised in some way.
Did you know that the little arrow next to the accounts in your Profit and Loss statement allow you to expand or collapse the level of detail in your report? Go ahead and try it. I bet you didn’t even notice that little arrow before.
Seacoast Accountability is now offering affordable QuickBooks classes!
Email us at info@SeacoastAccountability.com, or call us at (603) 834-1271, for further details.!
Given the massive security breach involving federal employee information recently, we wanted to provide further information about Data Breaches, to what extent employees are responsible, and preventive steps on how to stop them.
If you get paid bi-weekly, did you know there are 27 pay periods in 2015?
The US Treasury Department has a new retirement savings account for your employees, with no cost to you. Learn more about my RA.
Intuit has a Payroll Compliance tool that is very useful. The user can choose by state to find the agency contact information, form details, and other payroll tax information.
Employers could be assessed $100/day per employee fine for Health Insurance Reimbursements, starting 7/1/15.
Avoid the headaches-Seacoast Accountability payroll services start at $100 per month.
Visit the IRS Video portal for more information on individual, small business, and non-profit tax topics.
Did you discover an error on your 2014 tax return? You may need to file an Amended Return.
If you ended up owing tax, you can set up an Online Payment Agreement with the IRS. Fees range from $43 to $120. Click the link to see if you qualify.
The IRS Online Get Transcript service is currently unavailable. You can view your tax account transactions or line-by-line tax return information by using the Get Transcript by Mail.
The IRS offers Tax Tips for Cosmetology and Barber Shops.
Is your tax return getting too complicated to do yourself? Give us a call!
50 No Fluff Content-Rich Blog Post Ideas (with tax season over, I am going to try a few of these!)
Seacoast Accountability is looking for professionals who would like to have a link on the resource page of our website.
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