Archive for July, 2010

IRS Will Target QuickBooks Users – 2

Filed in Intuit QuickBooks, Tax, Savings by on July 30, 2010 0 Comments
IRS Will Target QuickBooks Users – 2

Here is an update to IRS Will Target QuickBooks Users. Only sole proprietors can use the Fifth Amendment of the Constitution (the right against self-incrimination) to protect QuickBooks files from Internal Revenue. QuickBooks can easily give users the option to turn off the audit trail (showing the history of any transaction changes).

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No Longer Silent Majority

Filed in Accounting, Business by on July 30, 2010 0 Comments
No Longer Silent Majority

The no longer silent majority wants free markets, over a government managed economy, by 75% to 14%. Dividing the unknowns proportionately makes our no longer silent majority 84% to 16%.

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Comment – IRS Targets QuickBooks Users

Filed in Accounting, Business, Intuit QuickBooks by on July 30, 2010 0 Comments
Comment – IRS Targets QuickBooks Users

  Hi Gerald: Thank you for this. Which part of my post are you questioning? The facts come from many sources. I am not aware of any in question. I computed the cost of completing the 4 billion 1099s in a linked post at “$1.29+ Trillion” (10-year total).   It helps to have 45+ years […]

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Intuit Bans Top QuickBooks Beta Tester Paranoia

Filed in Intuit QuickBooks by on July 29, 2010 0 Comments
Intuit Bans Top QuickBooks Beta Tester Paranoia

Some thought my prior Intuit Bans Top QuickBooks Beta Tester post showed signs of paranoia. Well, as the old joke goes, you are not paranoid if people are really trying to get you.

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IRS Will Target QuickBooks Users

Filed in Accounting, Business, Intuit QuickBooks by on July 28, 2010 2 Comments
IRS Will Target QuickBooks Users

When IRS selects tax returns to examine, it does not know who uses QuickBooks. However, soon IRS will target QuickBooks users for more intense exams.

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Intuit Bans Top QuickBooks Beta Tester

Filed in Intuit QuickBooks by on July 27, 2010 0 Comments
Intuit Bans Top QuickBooks Beta Tester

I was the top QuickBooks beta tester for two years and one of the top Intuit and QuickBooks beta testers for more than 10 years. Now Intuit bans the top QuickBooks beta tester.

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IRS Audit Chances Jump

Filed in Accounting, Business by on July 24, 2010 0 Comments
IRS Audit Chances Jump

IRS will soon have 25,000+ new agents to make IRS audit chances jump. They will triple small business S corp audits, emphasizing owner salaries and 1099s.

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I Love Intuit

Filed in Accounting, Business, Intuit QuickBooks by on July 23, 2010 0 Comments
I Love Intuit

I Love Intuit. I Hate Intuit Mistakes.

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More Intuit QuickBase Outages (Outrages?)

Filed in Intuit QuickBooks by on July 22, 2010 0 Comments
More Intuit QuickBase Outages (Outrages?)

Brad Smith, CEO, recently answered questions about Intuit Apologies and Incompetence A Turnaround? Unfortunately, two days later we had two more Intuit QuickBase Outages, totaling more than six hours. It then got MUCH WORSE. One of the Intuit QuickBase Outages yesterday was almost 27 hours, so I say we had two days of record More […]

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Why Take Phone Calls in the Bathroom?

Filed in Mike Block CPA, Personal by on July 22, 2010 0 Comments
Why Take Phone Calls in the Bathroom?

Voice over IP. (IP stands for Internet Protocal, except when …)

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