Archive for September, 2010

We Are All Bankrupt!

Filed in Accounting, Business by on September 30, 2010 0 Comments
We Are All Bankrupt!

Sometimes you need a CPA. Any CPA can now tell you that we are all bankrupt. Here are the non-partisan facts:                                                                      […]

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Intuit Admits Antitrust Violations (and lies about it)

Filed in Intuit QuickBooks by on September 26, 2010 0 Comments
Intuit Admits Antitrust Violations (and lies about it)

After years of conspiring with Apple, Adobe, Google, Intel and Pixar, Intuit admits anti-trust violations. Michelle Long, CPA, is someone I very much respect, but I do not believe she has been as close to our Intuit friends as I once was. That is probably why she wrongly accepted Intuit statements after reading a Facebook summary of my prior post on Intuit Admits Antitrust Violations.

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Two Million QuickBooks Add-ons Links.

Filed in Intuit QuickBooks by on September 26, 2010 0 Comments
Two Million QuickBooks Add-ons Links.

I now have the fastest and easiest way to find which of the two million QuickBooks add-ons links that you want.

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Intuit Admits Antitrust Violations

Filed in Intuit QuickBooks by on September 25, 2010 0 Comments
Intuit Admits Antitrust Violations

After years of conspiring with Apple, Adobe, Google, Intel and Pixar, Intuit admits anti-trust violations. The Justice Department said the companies acknowledged agreeing, in 2005, not to “cold call” competitor employees.

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10 Things You Should Know About Identity Theft

Filed in Court, Illegal by on September 21, 2010 0 Comments
10 Things You Should Know About Identity Theft

Criminals use many methods to steal personal information from taxpayers. They can use your information to steal your identity and file a tax return in order to receive a refund. Here are ten things the IRS wants you to know about identity theft so you can avoid becoming a victim.

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Employee Relocation in a Bad Real Estate Market

Filed in Tax, Savings by on September 20, 2010 0 Comments
Employee Relocation in a Bad Real Estate Market

Many are asking what to do about an employee’s home when he or she is moved to a new job location. With the real estate market in a downturn, this is a tough and costly question.

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Should You Invest in Life Insurance?

Filed in Accounting, Business by on September 20, 2010 0 Comments
Should You Invest in Life Insurance?

The purpose of life insurance is to provide a source of income, in case of your death, for your children, dependents, or other beneficiaries. Life insurance can also serve certain estate planning purposes, which we won’t go into here.

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Urgent Deadline: SIMPLE Retirement Plan for Self-Employed

Filed in Tax, Savings by on September 19, 2010 0 Comments
Urgent Deadline: SIMPLE Retirement Plan for Self-Employed

Of all the retirement plans available to small business owners, the SIMPLE plan is the easiest to set up and the least expensive to manage.

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September 15, The Real April 15

Filed in Mike Block CPA, Personal by on September 16, 2010 0 Comments
September 15, The Real April 15

September 15 is the real April 15 for tax returns.

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Health Care 1099s, Pure Insanity on Both Sides

Filed in Accounting, Business by on September 15, 2010 0 Comments
Health Care 1099s, Pure Insanity on Both Sides

Health Care 1099s are pure insanity on both sides, no matter what you think of the Healthcare Law.

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