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New Business Directions Selected as Intuit Solution Provider

 New Business Directions – Rhonda Rosand, CPA announced today that it has been selected as an Intuit® Solution Provider. New Business Directions offers a full range of value-added consulting services for Intuit business and financial management solutions. Intuit Inc., the maker of QuickBooks®, … Continue reading

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What’s new in Enterprise 2015: Part I

Our last two newsletters focused on what was new in QuickBooks Pro and Premier for 2015; first for Accountants and then for Clients. If you missed them, they are posted on our blog. In the next two issues, we will … Continue reading

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What’s New in Enterprise for 2015 – Part 2

Part 1 of our What’s New in Enterprise for 2015 focused on the changes to the Preferences. This issue will cover some of the other changes that were made to enhance this more powerful and robust version of QuickBooks. Total … Continue reading

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What’s New in QuickBooks 2015 Pro and Premier

QuickBooks 2015 Desktop has just been released and there are several new features and improvements to old ones that you will want to take a look at to see if it has something worth upgrading for. Insights Dashboard – Insights … Continue reading

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What’s New in QuickBooks 2015 for Accountants

QuickBooks 2015 offers some new features that we are excited to share with our fellow accounting professionals. The Accountant Toolbox, Client Collaborator and Report Comments are a few of the latest features available to accountants that we will explore in … Continue reading

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24 QuickBooks Point of Sale Terms You Should Know

If you‘re new to QuickBooks Point of Sale, get ready to expand your vocabulary. When you first start using QuickBooks, even if you’ve been doing manual  accounting for your business, there’s a learning curve. You recognize some things, like check … Continue reading

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Does Your Small Business Need a CRM?

Have you ever stayed at a hotel and then returned, finding that they have stocked your room with everything you asked for the last time you were here? Your special allergenic pillow was already waiting for you, you were asked … Continue reading

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A Tour through QuickBooks’ Payroll Setup Tool

Getting QuickBooks ready to process payroll is a complex, time- consuming process. Here’s what you can expect. Payday. You look forward to it when you’re young and working at your first part-time job. But as a grown-up who needs to … Continue reading

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Oops: Do You Owe Sales Tax and Not Realize It?

One of the side effects of our last economic slowdown was in state  government budgets; states are estimating $25.8 Billion in uncollected sales tax and have made deep cuts to higher education to fill the budget gaps. New Hampshire has … Continue reading

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Five Ways You Can Use QuickBooks’ Income Tracker

The Income Tracker is one of QuickBooks’ more innovative features. If you’re not using it, you should be. One of the reasons that QuickBooks appeals to millions of small businesses is because it offers multiple ways to complete the same … Continue reading

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