Monthly Archives: September 2010

Is QuickBooks Helping the IRS Audit Your Books?

In the past, an IRS agent would request printed reports and back-up paper documents during an audit. There is now the possibility that they will request an actual copy of your QuickBooks file – not just your printed general ledger. The IRS recently purchased several thousand QuickBooks licenses in preparation of up-coming audits.
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Watch Out: Expiring Tax Rates and Breaks

Without action by Congress by Dec. 31, 2010, lots of tax rates and breaks expire. Continue reading

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Don’t Miss the October 15 Deadline

If you need to file a Form 1040 (individual return), the deadline to file is October 15, 2010. Continue reading

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Dissecting the Healthcare Bill | Part 4 of 4| No. 7

Good Morning! This week we will look at provisions of the Healthcare Bill that take effect in 2013 – 2018.
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Don’t Miss the September 15 Deadline| Tip of the Week | No. 6

If you need to file a Form 1065 (partnership return), Form 1120S (S corporation return) or Form 1041 (fiduciary return) the deadline to file your 2009 return is September 15, 2010. This assumes you had filed for an extension prior to April 15, 2010. Continue reading

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