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5 Productivity Apps for Small to Medium Businesses.

Posted by Geo Townsend on Dec 29, 2017

Have you ever found yourself scrambling for more time? Racing against the clock to meet a specific deadline? I know I have, and I'm sure some of our readers have as well. Thankfully for those of us who may not be the best at time management, or have trouble focusing,  the world of productivity applications is full of useful utilities to counter these daily real world problems.

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Topics: News & Resources, apps, productivity

Fishbowl 2017.13

Posted by Denise Loter-Koch on Dec 22, 2017


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Topics: Fishbowl Inventory, QuickBooks CRM

How-To Use QuickBooks Online's Customer Records | QBO Training

Posted by Denise Loter-Koch on Dec 21, 2017

Your customers are your company’s lifeblood. Are you managing those relationships carefully? Here’s how QuickBooks Online can help.

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Topics: QuickBooks Online, Intuit QuickBooks, qbo, customers, records

Year End Small Business Accounting Checklist [Infographic]

Posted by Denise Loter-Koch on Dec 20, 2017

Don't forget to book your year-end review! As we come to the end of yet another fiscal year, and approach the start of a new tax season, ebs Associates is recommending that our clients take time to schedule a year-end review with their  ebs Financial Controller. Depending on your needs, this review can be done over the phone, via email or in person.

  • General Ledger Review
  • Budget Analysis & Planning
  • Tax Prep & Plan for 1099s & W2s
  • Review Insurance Policies, Leases & Loan Documents
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Topics: Business Resources, Taxes with QuickBooks, end of year, year end

Tax Fraud can bring serious consequences

Posted by Avalara on Dec 7, 2017

Washington businessman Mark Standley was recently sentenced to six years in prison for one of the largest sales tax thefts in Washington state history. As the owner of a drywall company, Standley drastically under-reported the amount of sales tax collected from customers over a six year time period.
According to court documents, he only paid the Department of Revenue (DOR) $3,000 of the $855,000 tax owed. To make matters worse, Standley refused to pay workers’ compensation premiums for his employees.

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Topics: avalara, sales tax, Accounting Software




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