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1. Organize your processes. Lost productivity and mistakes will often come from misunderstanding authority and responsibility. A tax season will be smoother when everyone knows the proper work flow, what their jobs are, and exactly how much authority...

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Bookkeeping Work From Home

Are you interested in bookkeeping work from home? Get bookkeeping tips and guidance on doing bookkeeping work at home here. I will provide you with some helpful free bookkeeping forms, recommendations on bookkeeping business software, links to bookkeeping jobs for finding bookkeeping work from home and information on setting up your own website.

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Bookkeeping Basics

Certainly there could be no harder task than to choose the single best from so many important, yet different, bookkeeping basics. So let me help a little and pick three business bookkeeping tips, for different reasons...

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Bookkeeping Salaries

Bookkeeping salaries are different depending upon the types of tasks completed, job title, years of experience, type of company worked for, as well as where in the world you live...

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Business Structure

Treasury “fact sheet” addresses choosing a business structure. To assist taxpayers who are starting their own business, the Treasury Department has released a fact sheet that lists the differences between the most common forms of business entities.

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Deductible Expenses

What child care expenses are deductible? With school out for the summer, working parents will not only need to arrange care for their children while at work, but how to do so in a cost effective way.

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Economic Stimulus Payments

Economic stimulus payments continued to arrive in taxpayers' bank accounts and mail boxes. The Treasury Department ended up reporting that the government had distributed electronically and via mail an estimated...

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Estimated Tax Payment

If you've made estimated tax payments this year, a change in your business's income, deductions, credits, and exemptions may make it necessary to refigure your estimated payments for the remainder of the year. To avoid either a penalty from the IRS...

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Hobby Loss Rule

The Internal Revenue Service reminds taxpayers to follow appropriate guidelines when determining whether an activity is engaged in for profit, such as a business or investment activity, or is engaged in as a hobby...

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Home Based Bookkeeping Business

Gain access to the same resources I used when starting a home based bookkeeping business of my own. From deciding on a name, obtaining an EIN and purchasing software to knowing the types of expenses you can deduct for your home office.

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Standard Mileage Rate

The IRS increased the standard mileage rate but does the "actual expense method" yield better results? In response to the record high gas prices, the IRS has raised the business standard mileage reimbursement rate from...

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Tax Relief

As tax legislation heats up, the log jam holding up tax legislation appears to be breaking in Washington as Congress pushes to dispose of business before looking toward the presidential elections.

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