Archive for November, 2017

The Greatest Thanksgiving Ever, Best Videos

Filed in Accounting, Business by on November 30, 2017 0 Comments
The Greatest Thanksgiving Ever, Best Videos

This is the second video of my new grandkids, on the day they were born (the greatest Thanksgiving ever, for us). Turn the sound on quickly, once each video starts (click the lower right X). OMG the cuteness! Posted by Gan Eden Farms on Saturday, November 25, 2017 The video below is from the day […]

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The Greatest Thanksgiving Ever, Video

Filed in Accounting, Business, Intuit QuickBooks by on November 29, 2017 0 Comments
The Greatest Thanksgiving Ever, Video

I want to wish you, as a QuickBooks-Blog.com reader, a belated very Happy Thanksgiving. My family and I had our first very happy Thanksgiving in our beautiful new Live Oak (Florida) home. Unfortunately, our first kids (baby goats) were still a no-show, two weeks after we expected them. Our resident celebrity chefs (my daughter Amy […]

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Machine learning means you should now see QuickBooks Capital first, for the best small business loans

Machine learning means you should now see QuickBooks Capital first, for the best small business loans

Machine learning means you should now see QuickBooks Capital first, for the best small business loans. Machine learning means Intuit’s QuickBooks Capital should now be the best small business loan company. It will have very fast access to loans up to $35,000, payable in three to six months. It also will far more convenient for […]

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LAST CHANCE: More Than $560 billion in 2016 Casualty Loss Deductions

LAST CHANCE: More Than $560 billion in 2016 Casualty Loss Deductions

This may be your last chance for your share of more than $560 billion in 2016 casualty loss deductions (see below). You can legally claim these 2017 casualty losses on your original or amended 2016 tax return. Under the latest 2017 tax reform bill, most 2017 rates will go down. However, there will be few […]

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