Archive for January, 2010
The Microsoft – Intuit Integrate Monopoly agreement links Microsoft Azure Software Development Kit (SDK) to the Intuit Partner Platform web SDK. The Microsoft – Intuit Integrate Monopoly products also will link to third-party languages and databases. This will allow access by individuals and companies of all sizes.
The Microsoft – Intuit Integrate effort is so important that a new Microsoft post, on this Microsoft – Intuit Integrate effort, revises history. It says the Microsoft – Intuit Integrate companies have been strategic partners for more than 20 years. Well…, yes…, it’s 27 years since Microsoft – Intuit Integrate had Quicken on DOS!
It is an understatement to say that Mike Block CPA wrote the book on Speeding Up QuickBooks Performance long ago. Intuit copied the (now obsolete) first Mike Block CPA Speeding Up QuickBooks for its QuickBooks Community site, where it remains. So did AccountingWeb.com and others.
Microsoft – Intuit Integrate: Few realize how important it is that Microsoft – Intuit integrate programs and related data. On 6/15/09 I wrote in this QuickBooks-Blog: Intuit Federated Applications: Ultimate QuickBooks Add-ons), “I began this at 4 AM Sunday, too excited to sleep … will soon revolutionize your life.”
QuickBooks Terminal Server is the fastest, easiest and least expensive way to speed up QuickBooks and make it and your other programs available from anywhere. Simply use remote support for your local or remote QuickBooks Terminal Server programs. You can use any computer, without QuickBooks Enterprise, to get Enterprise speed, or even QuickBooks for Linux […]
Dale Carnegie wrote How to Win Friends and Influence People more than 70 years ago. This short book, How to Win Friends and Influence People, is even more valuable today than when I read it in the 1970s. http://www.doubtsourcing.com/ Secrets of Outsourcing, QuickBooks Outsourcing, ProSeries Outsourcing, Internal Revenue 7216 I did extensive research on the new Internal […]
QuickBooks, Tax Savings, S Corporation, Reasonable Compensation, Tax Savings, IRS Exams Most small businesses do not use Pros and Cons of an S Corporations http://sbinformation.about.com/od/ownership1/a/SCorporation.htm and a Limited Liability Company (http://sbinformation.about.com/cs/ownership1/a/LLC.htm. users: For tax savings, without IRS exams, S corporations pay resonable officer compensation. Having profitable S corporations pay reasonable officer compensation has long been a top priority for IRS and state […]