Archive for December, 2009

Driving Growth Through Customer Loyalty, Two-Faced H&R Block vs MIchael Block and Intuit

Filed in Court, Illegal by on December 30, 2009 0 Comments
Driving Growth Through Customer Loyalty, Two-Faced H&R Block vs MIchael Block and Intuit

  Driving Growth Through Customer Loyalty http://voiceofcustomerguru.wordpress.com/2009/06/04/intuit’s-philosophy-on-net-promoter-score-nps/ Net Promoter   H&R Block and Intuit Continue to Struggle http://seekingalpha.com/article/72089-h-r-block-and-intuit-continue-to-struggle

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Senate healthcare bill makes small construction companies insure or pay fines

Filed in Accounting, Business by on December 24, 2009 0 Comments
Senate healthcare bill makes small construction companies insure or pay fines

Construction companies must offer healthcare coverage if they have five or more employees and a payroll of $250,000 or more, or face fines of up to $750 per employee per year.

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Fastest and Easiest Block Tax-Cut CPA Suggestions

Filed in Accounting, Business, Intuit QuickBooks, Tax, Savings by on December 23, 2009 0 Comments
Fastest and Easiest Block Tax-Cut CPA Suggestions

17 new Health Care taxes may put you out of business unless you act fast. Make me an officer, so you do not get tax and penalty notices. Internal Revenue and states recognize my form for this. I cannot sign checks or otherwise bind you.

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Two-faced H&R Block vs Michael Block, Famous for QuickBooks

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Two-faced H&R Block vs Michael Block, Famous for QuickBooks

A two-faced H&R Block vs BlockTax case is now pending in before the federal Trademark Trial and Appeal Board. Two-faced H&R Block objects to my using BlockTax because its H&R Block Tax Services uses my ONE WORD BlockTax name. Two-faced H&R Block also objected to my http://Tax-Cut-CPA.com/ SEPARATE WORDS, because of its ONE WORD TaxCut program. Now that the H&R Block TaxCut is H&R At Home, this two-faced H&R Block vs BlockTax Tax-Cut-CPA issue may die.

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Intuit Neglect Lets The FTC Destroy Small Businesses

Filed in Accounting, Business, Intuit QuickBooks, Tax, Savings, Xero by on December 7, 2009 0 Comments
Intuit Neglect Lets The FTC Destroy Small Businesses

Intuit neglect lets the FTC destroy small businesses, damaging our free Country, by demanding tens of thousands of web affiliate notices in five days (see below), when Intuit can include these notices in its banners and landing pages.

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