Monthly Archives: October 2011

QuickBooks Helps You Make a Statement

How do you let customers know they owe you money? Probably by sending invoices. And how's that working for you? If your customers are all conscientious and pay on time, maybe that's all you need to do. But perhaps you need to consider doing at least part of your billing by dispatching statements. These forms…
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Tax Incentives for Higher Education

The tax code provides a variety of tax incentives for families who are saving for, or already paying, higher education costs or are repaying student loans. You may be able to claim a credit for the qualified tuition and related expenses of the students in your family who are enrolled in eligible educational institutions. The…
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Six Facts about the Alternative Minimum Tax

The Alternative Minimum Tax attempts to ensure that anyone who benefits from certain tax advantages pays at least a minimum amount of tax. The AMT provides an alternative set of rules for calculating your income tax. In general, these rules should determine the minimum amount of tax that someone with your income should be required…
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Cash Management Tips for Small Businesses

Cash is the lifeblood of any small business. Here are some tips to help your business maintain a sufficient cash flow to meet its financial goals and run efficiently: Toughen up your credit policies. Review the payment terms you offer to customers and tighten them up if slow payment is a problem area for your…
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