“Increasingly, tax professionals are being targeted by identity thieves. These criminals — many of them sophisticated, organized syndicates — are redoubling their efforts to gather personal data to file fraudulent federal and state income tax returns.”
First came Gen X. Then Gen Y (usually referred to as the Millennials). After Y, of course, comes Z. Gen Z is the generation born from 1994 to 2010. This generation numbers approximately 23 million. Its oldest members are in their late teens and early twenties and hitting the workforce now. Just like their Millennial siblings, they are making quite the impact.
Leslie Jorgensen is CEO of Supporting Strategies, a Boston-based firm that delivers bookkeeping and other operational support services for small business clients across the United States. Supporting Strategies has expanded their business using a franchise model. In fact, they currently boast 60 U.S. offices with plans to expand to 100 offices in less than 5 years. Franchisees use the Supporting ...
Cold calls. Email blasts. Pay-per-click ad campaigns. SMB marketing teams bend over backward to make these types of marketing activities more creative. Sales and marketing work hand-in-hand to reach new customers every day. Getting new customers is important. It’s essential for any SMB growth plan. Strong acquisition numbers are a sure sign that your marketing and products are on target. You’re ...
Karen Magno, a consultant for Baystate Consulting, CPA and QuickBooks ProAdvisor, shares insights into the best way to streamline the QuickBooks data import and export process when integrating data with a new solution.
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Posted 01/04/2017, Filed under small business
Do you love QuickBooks Desktop? As in even-better-than-my-first-crush kind of love?
In 2015, Millennials passed Gen Xers as the largest segment of the working population. Pew Research Center says one in three workers belongs to this generation and it numbers 53.5 million people. That’s too large of a group to ignore.