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The IRS recently finalized mandatory regulations to distinguish capital expenditures from supplies, repairs, maintenance, and other deductible expenses – commonly known as the Repair Regulations. Every business that acquires, produces, or improves tangible property will need to address these new rules on their 2014 U.S. federal tax filing. These new rules are complex. These rules… Read More
Written by: Ray Chipman, Partner at Squire & Company I know first-hand how overwhelming the financial reporting process can be for our small to medium sized business clients. We pride ourselves on making the financial reporting process as painless as possible for our clients. For several year running, there has been a debate about the… Read More
As a small business, there are few things that will have as big an impact on your ultimate success or failure than keeping good accounting records. The New York Times recently published an article identifying the top ten reasons why small businesses fail. Number four on the list was “Poor Accounting.” A business can get… Read More
Beginning June 16, 2012, Intuit has announced that it will be replacing the Intuit Solution Provider program with a new Intuit Reseller program. This program will be divided into two levels: Authorized Retailers, and Premier Retailers. The Premier Retailer program is reserved only for the top tier of all Intuit resellers and service providers. Squire… Read More
This is a fantastic question and one I’m asked often. The answer depends on who is asking the question. If you are the type of person who balances your checkbook every month and can stay on top of personal finances, then you will likely do well with either spreadsheets or other accounting software like QuickBooks…. Read More