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Vendor Management Tag

dawn brolin talked about fraud detection and prevention during today's technology tuesday. here are some ways you can do the same in QuickBooks Desktp.

Tech Tuesday Recap: Detect & Prevent Accounting Fraud

What a way to kick off Technology Tuesday for October 2019! This particular Technology Tuesday was met with great anticipation leading up to the presentation; and it didn’t disappoint!

Out Of The Box Technology Executive V.P. of Business Development & Compliance, Dawn Brolin, delivered endless insight. Her pedigree as a Certified Fraud Examiner (CFE) & Certified Public Accountant (CPA) enabled her to deliver technical and contextual insight in a manner attendees were able to understand, and relate to the topic presented. It also enabled the presentation’s smooth, methodical flow of presenting the ABCs of Fraud Detection & Prevention.

new york sales tax vendor definition update

New York Sales Tax Vendor Definition Update Effective IMMEDIATELY!

From our friends at Avalara: The New York State Department of Taxation and Finance announced that due to the South Dakota v. Wayfair Supreme Court ruling last year, an existing provision in New York Sales Tax Law defining a sales tax vendor became immediately effective. Any business within this definition making taxable sales into the state is required to be registered as a New York State vendor and to collect & remit sales tax. This can impact your clients and they should know.

These days, some of us find ourselves updating multiple calendars. There's the Outlook calendar or other web-based solution for scheduling and task management. Or, maybe a smartphone app to track a "to-do" on the road with a paper calendar as backup. But where do you keep track of your everyday financial tasks? Including these in your scheduling calendars and/or task lists will make for very crowded screens, not to mention how inconvenient it can be to keep switching between applications. Consider adding one more tracking tool: the QuickBooks Calendar.

QuickBooks Calendar – How It Helps Your Business

These days, some of us find ourselves updating multiple calendars. There’s the Outlook calendar or other web-based solution for scheduling and task management. Or, maybe a smartphone app to track a “to-do” on the road with a paper calendar as backup. But where do you keep track of your everyday financial tasks? Including these in your scheduling calendars and/or task lists will make for very crowded screens, not to mention how inconvenient it can be to keep switching between applications. Consider adding one more tracking tool: the QuickBooks Calendar.

The 2019 tax season is quickly approaching and with it an increase in identity theft and W-2 scams. Small business identity theft is big business for identity thieves. Just like individuals, businesses may have their identities stolen, and their sensitive information used to open credit card accounts or used to file fraudulent tax returns for bogus refunds.

Employers Beware: Identity Theft and W-2 Scam Alert or Phishing

The 2019 tax season is quickly approaching and with it an increase in identity theft and W-2 scams. Small business identity theft is big business for identity thieves. Just like individuals, businesses may have their identities stolen, and their sensitive information used to open credit card accounts or used to file fraudulent tax returns for bogus refunds.

heres what you need to know about tax changes for businesses and individuals

Important Tax Changes for Individuals and Businesses | Misc Tax Tips

As the New Year rolls around, it’s always a sure bet that there will be changes to current tax law and 2019 is no different, now that the tax provisions under the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act of 2017 (TCJA) are in full effect. From standard deductions to health savings accounts and tax rate schedules, here’s a checklist of tax changes to help you plan the year ahead.

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QuickBooks Portable File – Restoring Company Letters

Last time, we covered how to create and send a portable file in QuickBooks Desktop; and how to restore it when called upon. We also discussed what is brought in, and what is not, when a portable file is restored. Though addressing the restoration of items not brought in is initially daunting, knowing where things are located mitigates this. We will cover restoring each, on a blog by blog basis – starting with company letters in QuickBooks Desktop.

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