Archive for November, 2009

Florida Unemployment Tax Insanity #3

Filed in Tax, Savings by on November 23, 2009 0 Comments
Florida Unemployment Tax Insanity #3

Florida Unemployment Tax Insanity is the Department of Revenue (DOR) consistently losing tax returns and other mail, sending erroneous tax notices, filing improper liens, overcharging employers and not doing its duty under Florida and federal law. Employers will soon pay much more for this abuse.

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Economic Stimulus Payments & Economic Stimulus Waste

Filed in Politics by on November 17, 2009 0 Comments
Economic Stimulus Payments & Economic Stimulus Waste

Sometime this year, we taxpayers may again receive an Economic Stimulus Payments. This is a very exciting new program. I will explain it using the Q and A format, with some comments on Economic Stimulus Waste.

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Cut Taxes, Independent Contractors, Corporate Contractors, Outsourcing

Filed in Accounting, Business, Outsourcing, Payroll, Tax, Savings by on November 14, 2009 0 Comments
Cut Taxes, Independent Contractors, Corporate Contractors, Outsourcing

Many new health care taxes and federal and state laws stifle businesses. You can fight by converting employees to corporate contractors, independent contractors and outsourcing. We help you in ways that make government agencies unlikely to bother you and represent you in the very rare cases where they do.

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Big Tax Squeeze, Tax-Cut CPA

Filed in Intuit QuickBooks, Tax, Savings by on November 11, 2009 0 Comments
Big Tax Squeeze, Tax-Cut CPA

Recent news shows we are heading for a big tax squeeze. The International Monetary Fund expects the big tax squeeze means 10 years of increasing government spending cuts and tax increases, so you need a Tax-Cut-CPA.

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Why QuickBooks users waste a billion dollars a year on so-called QuickBooks ProAdvisors

Filed in Intuit QuickBooks, Politics by on November 4, 2009 0 Comments
Why QuickBooks users waste a billion dollars a year on so-called QuickBooks ProAdvisors

What is a so-called QuickBooks ProAdvisors (QPA)? This is a completely misleading title, as they are clearly not QuickBooks PROFESSIONAL Advisors. Intuit says its 42,000 uncertified and unproven QuickBooks ProAdvisors, who need know nothing about QuickBooks or ever use it, charge $16 – $20/hour more than self-designated QuickBooks consultants. Certified QuickBooks ProAdvisors cost only around $1/hour more. At 1,500 billable hours a year, QuickBooks users waste more than a billion dollars a year on these so-called QuickBooks ProAdvisors.

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Ask the Expert: QuickBooks Errors, QuickBooks 2010, Speeding Up QuickBooks Performance

Filed in Intuit QuickBooks by on November 2, 2009 0 Comments
Ask the Expert: QuickBooks Errors, QuickBooks 2010, Speeding Up QuickBooks Performance

Intuit has again (for the third time) honored me by making it its QuickBooks Ask the Expert for this week. The official topic is QuickBooks 2010, QuickBooks Errors and Speeding Up QuickBooks Performance. However, I will, as usual, quickly answer all QuickBooks questions.

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