CPA Practice Advisor
October 2009 issue
CPA Practice Advisor is the definitive resource for information to tax and accounting professionals in public practice across the United States.
Tax Planning Can Help All Filers (Not Just the Wealthy)
Please join me in a thought experiment. Think of the name of your favorite restaurant. Just think of the name. Try not to think about the food, the service, the ambiance or the dessert. For me, it is impossible to keep it just to the name. As soon as I...
Technology Keeps Moving, and So Should You. The only constant in our profession is change, and there’s no denying it. Improvements in technology, new mandates and acquisitions seem to happen every day. And if you don’t keep up, you can quickly be left...
Getting bills out the door faster and better managing work processes are just two of the reasons that a time and billing system can help a professional firm be more efficient.
Column: The QuickBooks Advisor
Many small businesses and household employers still lack a system that provides year-end wage and information reporting, fortunately, there is an abundance of inexpensive systems available specifically for W-2 and 1099 processing.
A Productivity in Practice Feature
A Senior Roundtable: What’s “New” is “Old” Again
Column: From the Trenches
Microsoft is in the midst of rolling out System 7, the newest generation of
Windows operating system. The company is betting much on the success of this
system, particularly after the lukewarm reception it received to Vista. What’s
Column: Real Stories, Real Solutions
Column: Tricks & Tips