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Why QuickBooks Connect Should be on Every Tech Entrepreneur’s Calendar

In November 2017, I attended the annual QuickBooks Connect conference in Silicon Valley. The conference sold out – and not just from accounting and bookkeeping professionals. I’ve attended three times before, and I get a lot out of the event each year. But with Intuit® diving into areas like machine learning and artificial intelligence, this year’s conference … Read more

Tax Reform Takes Some Bite out of the AMT

The alternative minimum tax (AMT) subjects taxpayers to a second tax system and is intended to reduce a taxpayer’s ability to avoid taxes by using certain deductions, credits and other tax benefits. Beginning in tax year 2018, the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act repeals AMT for corporate taxpayers, but retains and temporarily eases the impact … Read more

What’s New in QBO: September 2018

September is a month for dynamic change—the kids are back in school, the leaves trade their green for gold, and your team starts its march to the Big Game in February (hey, this has to be the year). In the spirit of the season, we’re bringing some welcome changes to QuickBooks to add dynamic improvements … Read more

Firm of the Future Profile: PB Tax and Accounting Services

Welcome back to our Firm of the Future profile series about thriving firms who are benefitting from the cloud and QuickBooks® Online Accountant (QBOA) to better serve clients and find new revenue opportunities. In this new article, we spotlight Pam Bingham of PB Tax and Accounting Services. Mindy King: Tell us about your accounting and/or tax practice.  Pam Bingham: We … Read more

Tax Deductions for Football Season

Last year, if your clients made a donation to a university that gave them the right to buy tickets to a sporting event, sometimes known as personal seat licenses (PSL), they could deduct 80 percent of that donation from their taxes. If they received tickets in return for their donation, they could deduct the donation … Read more