So Microsoft announces the end of support for the one-third of the computing world that still uses Windows XP…and magically announces that on the same date they will release an update to Windows 8 that makes it look and work almost exactly like...
There are strategies that these business owners can take to help alleviate many of these tax time woes, and a big one is by staying in more frequent contact with their accountant. That's according to a new nationwide survey of accounting professionals.
Accountants, especially during busy season, have significant demands on their time, so it's critical to understand how to balance a desire to develop deeper client relationships and work-related time constraints.
Having to run payroll for foreign nationals seems like a remote possibility for most payroll service providers. And it's true that only 14% of Thomson Reuters tax and accounting software users who process payroll reported paying foreign nationals in a...
Anyone who has ever tried to call the Internal Revenue Service knows what to expect first ... a wait. Sometimes a really long one. For tax professionals who need to reach the IRS more frequently, this can be a waste of precious time and productivity.
It is becoming more and more popular for cloud computing companies to not actually provide a cloud at all but resell for another cloud.
As TechTarget describes it: “A white label cloud service is a cloud provider that sells customers resources...
You probably know that non-exempt employees are covered under FLSA, which imposes requirements for overtime and other aspects of employment. Exempt employees, on the other hand, are not subject to FLSA.
Like most practitioners, I had trouble successfully billing for post-filing work. The reasons are complicated. It’s often an issue of back-and-forth time with clients or the IRS/state taxing authorities.
More than half of all tax returns filed with the Internal Revenue Service are prepared by professionals. That’s a substantial number of returns, so it is sad to see the number of preparers who make significant errors.