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QuickBooks Online

I started using QuickBooks about the time it was created, in the mid 1980s. As much as I know and enjoy the desktop version, I’m a very big fan of QuickBooks Online. It’s not just the desktop version in the cloud. It was newly created as cloud-based accounting software in 2009. If you’re thinking about […]

Business Use of Home

If you use part of your home as an office for administrative activities, as your principal place of business, or to meet with clients, customers or patients, you may be able to deduct a portion of your household expenses, including taxes and insurance.¬†Once certain conditions are met, direct and indirect expenses can be deducted. In […]

Daily Money Management

Many people can use help with daily money management, including: Older adults want to have an independent lifestyle. Their children have moved away and they depend on friends and other relatives for help with bill payments and basic bookkeeping. Mail can be overwhelming, especially if letters seem demanding in nature. Busy or traveling professionals can […]

Estimated Tax Payments

If you’re self-employed, making estimated tax payments are the expected way to pay your tax liability as you earn. Ideally, when you file your tax return you should only owe a 10% remainder. Tax payments are paid in four installments: April 15, June 15, September 15 and January 15. Payments can be made by check […]

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