By MarksNelson on June 22, 2018For years, consumers have been held responsible for reporting and remitting use tax on purchases where sales tax was not collected. This shifts the burden to the seller to collect the sales tax when the transaction is consummated.
By MarksNelson on June 4, 2018Businesses who use QuickBooks Desktop 2015 or later need to perform an update immediately to meet specific system requirements. The update provides greater security and stability with TLS 1.2, an internet security protocol.
By MarksNelson on June 4, 2018You’re probably familiar with the term “crunch the numbers.” Well, in a tumultuous industry like construction, it’s all too easy to let crisp, timely financials go soggy with outdated data and flat-out mistakes. Here are six common accounting mistakes to avoid.
By MarksNelson on April 18, 2018States across the country are anxiously watching as the Supreme Court hears arguments in a long-awaited challenge to Quill Corp v. North Dakota, the ruling which prohibits states from collecting sales tax on vendors lacking an in-state physical presence.
By MarksNelson on April 13, 2018To succeed as an entrepreneur requires you to look for ways to work more efficiently and intelligently — and keep an eye out for anything that could be holding you back. And that includes your accounting and finances. Here are our Top 10 picks of articles you need to read to help keep your business moving forward.
By MarksNelson on February 26, 2018As soon as you hire your first employee, the challenges of payroll management begin. The technicalities and need for vigilance increase exponentially as your company grows and its workforce expands. Even if you downsize staff and turn more toward independent contractors, considerable payroll-related issues should be considered.
By MarksNelson on February 6, 2018Though there are many e-commerce solutions built to integrate with QuickBooks, the setup can still be tricky. It’s much easier to get it right from the start than to go back and try to untangle implementation mistakes.
By MarksNelson on January 30, 2018Many small businesses decline to create budgets because they’re not confident in their ability to estimate monthly sales and purchases for the coming year. Further, budgets are a pain to assemble manually.
By MarksNelson on January 22, 2018Sometimes it’s hard to know where to start when you come back to the office after the holidays. You may have some work left over from 2017, but you probably also have a new set of goals to meet and a new budget to watch.
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